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Owner's Manual

GUITAR EFFECTS PROCESSOR

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WARNING - When using electric products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: 1 Read all the instructions before using the product. 2. Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, or the like. 3. This product should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. 4. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist. 5. The product should be located so that its location or positlon does not interfere with its proper ventilation. S. The product should be located away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other products that produce heat. 7. The product should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as marked on the product. 8. The power-supply cord of the product should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time. 9. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. 10.The product should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the product; or C. The product has been exposed to rain; or D. The product does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or E. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. 11.00 not attempt to service the product beyond that described in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.

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USING THE UNIT SAFELY
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Thank you for purchasing the BOSS GT-S Guitar Effects Processor. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: "IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS" (p.Z), "USING THE UNIT SAFEL (p.3), and "IMPORTANT NOTES" (p.b). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation Y" of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, this manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.

Main Features
Provides a wealth of functions handy for live performance
The GT-S features all the functions needed for performing live. It not only allows you to change Patches while playing, but also allows you to control the Patches in real time using the pedals. Also provided are many other functions, such as a tuning function.

Quick SeHings
Preset settings have been assigned to each Edit function. Simply by selecting the relevant Presetsetting for the function (Effect) you wish to use, you can easily synthesize any effect sound you Iike. You can store your original settings asa User Setting for later use.

Panel BuHons that correspond to the Effects Distorfion created by using COSM technology
By combining a digital preamplifier that incorporates the leading-edge COSM technology with analog distortion provided by BOSS, the GT-S can create all kinds of distortion sounds. Buttons on the panel perfectly correspond to the built-in effects, allowing you to turn on/off each effectoreditquickly.

Expression Pedal and Control Pedal
The unit features an Expression pedal that allows its function tobe set individually for each Patch, and a Control pedal. You can use the Expression Pedal for different functions depending on the Patch, such as a wah pedal or volume pedal.

Professional-Use Quality
This effect unit provides 28 different effects that deliver truly professional quality. These include reverb that is virtually equivalent to that found in high-end studio equipment, delay that allows SOS (Sound On Sound), and overwhelmingly expressive guitar synthesizer sounds-all made possible thanks to a newly developed acoustic guitar simulator, and Roland's VG-8 HRM technology.

Internal Pedal System
You can change the value of the parameter you have selected using the virtual expression pedal in real-time. You can also control the Fade-In/Out or a parameter's modulation.

Custom Overdrive/Distortion Preamplifier

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Custom Real-time control of external MIDI devices
Information describing operations performed on the GT-S can be output as MIDI Program Change and Control Change messagesvia its MIDI connectors.

The unit allows you to set up your distortion in a way similar to designing your own effects unit or preamplifier. Almost any custom effect or preamplifier that you can think of can be created.

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23 When you do not wish to use the Quick Control Assign Settings About the Internal Pedal System 24 27 Modifying the Patch Name Canceling Changes Storing the Modified SeHings (The Write Operation) Using the Manual Mode Changing to the Manual Mode Mode Mode Using the Manual Setting the Manual Utility Function 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 Changing Patches using Bank Select Messages 66 66 67 Changing PatchNumbers anexternal IDIdevicefromthe GT·5 on M sentfromanexternal IDIdevice M Changing PatchNumbers n theGT·5 usingtheBankSelect essages o m Utility Function SeHings Parameters 30 31 Factory SeHings Restoring the Factory Settings (Initialization) Troubleshooting MIDI Implementation Chart Specifications Index Patch Name Table 69 70 71 72 73 74 76 5 .Contents USING THEUNIT SAFElY Main Features IMPORTANT NOTES How to Use This Manual Panel Descriptions 3 4 6 7 8 Section 3 Effect Guide FEEDBACKER/ SLOW GEAR COMPRESSOR / LIMITER WAH LOOP OVERDRIVE / DISTORTION PREAMP SPEAKERSIMULATOR EQUALIZER MODULATION DELAY CHORUS TREMOLO / PAN REVERB MASTER 36 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 50 53 54 54 55 Section 1 Try out the GT-5 Connections. How MIDI messages are transmitted and received 2. 21 21 21 22 Program Change Map Settings 62 63 Change Map Parameters Setting the Effect Unit Connection Settings for Each Effects Processor Section 5 Appendix About MIDI 1.... 18 Sounds 18 TransmiHing / Receiving Transmitting Receiving Program Data Via MIDI 60 60 61 62 Data that can be transmitted Before You Begin Creating Data (Bulk Dump) Data (Bulk Load) Copying a Patch Effect Sound SeHings Sound Creation using the Effect Settings (Quick Setting) Sound Creation Effect On/Off by Editing each Effect (Parameter) Setti ngs Order 19 19 19 .... Main types of MIDI message used by the GT-5 About the MIDllmplementation 64 64 64 65 65 SeHing the Expression Pedal/ Sound Creation Control Pedal Setting 23 23 by using Pedal Settings (Quick Setting) .. Power-on and Standby Power-on Adjusting Adjusting the Input Level the Output Level equipment 10 10 11 11 11 12 12 Settings for connected Selecting an Effect Sound 12 13 14 14 How to select a Patch on the GT-5 About the Screen Display About the indication of the Effect Select Buttons Mode Tuner/Bypass Changing Tuning Function to the Tuner/Bypass During Tuning 15 15 15 16 16 Section 4 Using MIDI How MIDI Can Be Used Operation Operations Utility from the GT-5 from External MIDI Devices 57 57 57 58 About the Display Procedure Tuner Setti ngs MIDI Utility Function SeHings Parameters related with MIDI 58 59 Section 2 Modifying Various SeHings .

When this battery becomes weak. Before connecting this unit to other devices.:ltt. or damage to the cable's internal elements. Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit. Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight. leave it inside an enclosed vehicle. dry cloth.. To remove stubborn dirt. However. • • • Repairs and Data • Please be aware that all data contained in the unit's memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. have the battery replaced with a fresh one as soon as possible to avoid the lossof all data in memory. sliders. be sure to wipe the unit thoroughly with a soft. A small amount of heat will radiate from the unit during normal operation. please read and observe the following: Power Supply • Do not use this unit on the same power circuit with any device that will generate line noise (such as an electric motor or variable lighting system). • Placement • Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment containing large power transformers) may induce hum. we recommend that you periodically save a backup copy of important data you have stored in the unit's memory in another MIDI device (e. change the orientation of this unit. so you do not need to be concerned about those around you (especially when it is late at night). try to keep the unit's volume at reasonable levels. dry cloth or one that has been slightly dampened with water. use a cloth impregnated with a mild.IMPORTANT NOTES In addition to the items listed under "IMPORTANT SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS" and "USING THE UNIT SAFELY"on pages 2 and 3.::! Please Change LOI.. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such receivers. alcohol or solvents of any kind. • • • 6 . Important data should always be backed up in another MIDI device (e. or move it farther away from the source of interference. Otherwise. Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display. This will help prevent malfunctions and/or damage to speakers or other devices.. and when using its jacks and connectors. or written down on paper (when possible). turn off the power to all units.! I I Additional • Precautions • • Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction. To protect yourself against the risk of loosing important data. if possible. Memory Backup • This unit contains a battery which powers the unit's memory circuits while the main power is off. To alleviate the problem. or other controls. or the improper operation of the unit. we regret that it may not be possible to restorethe data. or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes.g. due care is taken to avoid the loss of data. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions. non-abrasive detergent. a sequencer). This device may interfere with radio and television reception. grasp the connector itself-never pull on the cable. When you need to transport the unit. • Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit's buttons. Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such loss of data.et··. Once you see this message. When connecting / disconnecting all cables. package it in the box (including padding) that it came in. Afterwards. During repairs. To have the battery replaced. or qualified Roland service personnel. This way you will avoid causing shorts. Unfortunately. To avoid disturbing your neighbors. Never use benzene. 8. a sequencer). You may prefer to use headphones. you will need to use equivalent packaging materials. thinners.g. it may be impossible to restore the contents of data that was stored in the unit's memory once it has been lost. to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation. the message shown below will appear in the display. in certain cases(such as when circuitry related to memory itself isout of order). consult with your dealer. and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. place it near devices that radiate heat. • Maintenance • For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft..

7 . Section 3 Effect Guide This section explains the function of the effect parameters. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings This section explains how to modify effect sound settings. such as connecting the GT-S with external devices. and a helpful troubleshooting section.How to Use ThisManual This manual explains the procedures and functions used for normal playing. and how to make various settings. If you have questions about operation. refer to the index. Read this section when you wish to change the settings of various functions. and selecting from the effect sounds stored in the GT-S's memory. Readeach section as necessary. Readthis section when you wish to usethe MIDI functions of the GT-S. At the end of the manual an alphabetical index is provided. Section 1 Try out the GT-5 This section explains the basic operation of the GT-S. Section 4 Using MIDI This section explains how data can be transmitted and received via MIDI. lists of the factory settings. It is divided into five major sections. Section 5 Appendix This section contains material that will help you get the most out of your GT-S.

[PARAMETER1 means to press the two Parameter buttons.5) CONTROL Pedal EXIT Button PARAMETER Buttons Effect Select Buttons GROUP Button MANUAL Button '" The names of buttons are enclosed with [ 1 in this manual.Panel Descriptions < Front Panel> OUTPUT Level Knob OVERLOAD Indicator VALUE Dial I BANK Pedal Expression Pedal ~aCEiEi NUMBER Pedals (1 . 8 . Also. So. for instance. "Press [WRITEr means to press the Write button.

9 .OUT) 6T-5 RETURN Jack SEND Jack HEADPHONES Jack OUTPUT Jacks L(MONO)/R POWER Switch [2]I3DSS * This owners manual refers to Expression Pedal/Control jacks 1 and 2 as the EXP/CTL jacks.< Rear Panel> Expression Pedal I Control 1 Jack INPUT Jack INPUT VOLUME Knob Expression Pedal I Control 2 Jack MIDI Connectors (IN.

Your Setting? : (P. * The volume on your amplifier should be turned up only after switching on all the other units. connect the power cable. * To output in monaural.12) Power Amp (Combo) Power Amp (Stack) Power Amplifier Guitar Amplifier ··· Power ~mplifier ·· Guitar Ampliiier Speaker System /0 . you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to the unit. * Use only the specified expression pedal (Boss FV-300L + PCS-33 (Roland) or EV-5 (Roland).--_ !:iI13D55 00 000 OUTPUT L(MONO) OUTPUT R · . By connecting any other expression pedals. always turn down the volume. * To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices.Amp (Stack) 6T-5 .Connections Section 1 Tryout the GT-5 After connecting the GT-5 to a guitar or guitar amplifier as shown below. and turn off the power on all devices before making any connections. Guitar Amplifier Guitar Amplifier SpeakerSystem SpeakerSystem Your Setting? : (P..12) CLAmp (Combo) Ct. connect a cable to only the OUTPUT L (MONO) jack. sold separately).

'" If connecting a footswitch (FS-SU. Section 1 Tryout the GT-5 11 .IJION(III'MlIItS RMDII£1'URN' 1 Polarity Switch (="1/ 1 Play your guitar at the maximum loudness that you will produce in normal playing.3 iI EV-5 (Roland) EV-5 (Roland! Adjusting the Input Level The level of the output signal differs between guitars..12) POWER Amp Power-on and Standby In order to take full advantage of the GT-S's performance.- GT-50iQ\ . be sure to make the following settings. By turning on devices in the wrong order..OAD indicator will light 6 dB before clipping level (the level where distortion begins)..-VOUMl 000 0000 AI. and after several seconds.-.. This display is referred to as the "Play page. Guitar Amplifier (Power Amplifier) Device External Effects . the last-selected be selected. the GT-S will not produce the desired effects.. 10-11). A brief interval (a few seconds) after power up is required before the unit will operate normally. GT-5 SEND RETURN IN SEND Guitar Amplifier .. '" If the input level is too high. turn on power to your various devices in the order specified. The following display will appear.) 0000 o o Power-on Once the connections have been completed (p. 2 Adjust the Input Volume knob until the OVERLOAD Indicator lights briefly. ~V-30{)l fV-300L '" When you connect an Expression pedal to the EXP/CTL jacks. I J__ D I INPUT ~130SS GT-S OUTPUT L{MONO) 00 00. to the EXP/CTL ~[2]-I3-D-5-5--~-_~--""". '" The OVERl.. be sure to set the Minimum Volume to the "MIN" position..-----~--:r--. Patch number will EXP PEDAU CONTROL 1 '" This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. -~-'il I~. optional) jacks.. Use the Input Volume knob to adjust the input level to suit your guitar. set the polarity switch as shown below. you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices." GR~~K 'I 'I TUBE STRCK II INPUT IJ __ ~_' PHONES RETURN GT-S r:il130SS 00 000 0000 q EXP PEDAU CONTROL 2 • When the power is turned on.=... the GT-S will be ready for normal playing.Your Setting ? : (P.

and the display shows the screen of the Global Function. and Number. The indicator of the button is lit. 3 Press [EXIT] to end the procedure. The Patches in these Groups are called "User Patches. Set.. (3LOBRL ." L ] °CJ CJCJ DOC] CJCJoCJoo CDCJ CJ <:J C> ClCl ClCl o CJ The unit offers 250 Patches in all..Adjusting the Output Level Adjustthe output level asappropriate forthe devices to which the GT-S is connected.. These programs are called "Preset Patches.e. amp and speaker contained in a single unit). Power Amp (Stack): Use this setting when connecting to a power amp and speaker box." * This owner's manual refers to the User Group as "UGl ..Amp (Stack): Use this setting when connecting to the guitar input of a stack-type guitar amp (i.. amp and speaker in separate units)." You cannot write new Patchesinto these Groups.i t"1. Selecting an Effect Sound < What Is a Patch? > On the GT-S. [D BANK 1 234 BANK 5 1 234 5 a: 2 w :2 3 ::J Z4 5 1 to ffi 1 2 ~3 ::J 4 Z 5 GROUP 1> 5 (Procedure) < PRESET < PRESET GROUP 6 > 1 Press [UTILITY]. Gt. and contains specific settings which fine tune the sound are stored together into what is called a "Patch. Power Amp (Stack): Use this setting when connecting to the RETURN or MAIN IN of a combo-type guitar amp. ' 1. but you can edit any Preset Patch and store it as a User Patch." * When a Preset Patch is being selected.UTI LI T. Then.e.~ Rp'IF' (Cor'lbo) . t."? User Groups (1 . a collection of settings which specifies how the various effects are to be combined. as illustrated below. '.UG4. * This owner's manual refers to the Preset Group as "PGt .4) User Groups can be used to store new effects programs you have made. the Group/Bank in the Use this setting when connecting to a mixer or MTR. displa y is inverted..6) The GT-5's effects settings have been preprogrammed in Preset Groups. 1 BANK 2 3 4 BANK 1 2 345 a: w 1 2 to ffi [D 1 2 --. Bank. 12 . This setting is also used when using headphones." GROUP BANK 2 Set the type of device connected to the Output jack using the VALUE dial. ortothe RETURN or MAIN IN of a stacktype guitar amp. then.' t-· 'Xl ~3 ::J Z4 5 :2 3 ::J Z4 5 (:it_. Gt. the display turns to parameters of the Global Function..PG6.. Patches are organized by Group. Line (Headphones): 'I 'I TUBE STRCf::: II Preset Groups (1 ..Amp (Combo): Use this setting when connecting to the guitar input of a combo-type guitar amp (i.. < USER GROUP 1> < USER GROUP 4> Settings for connected equipment Specify the type of the equipment that is connected to the output jack.

5). and the indication in the display will now light steadily instead of flashing.5). The indication in the display for the Bank will begin flashing. ~~ I·•u. and Number (1 .UG4. It is also possible to set it so that Patches will be changed by using the VALUE dial. 2 Specify the Bank of the Patch you wish to use by pressing the relevant Number pedal. set the System Function (p. meaning that you can now specify the Number of the Patch you wish to use (At this point.PG6). the new Patch has not yet been selected). The indicator over the previous Number pedal (the one selected before you pressedthe BANK pedal) wi II begin flashing. and you are switched to the new Patch. PGl .30). r:-Group . If you wish to select a Patch just by specifying the Group and Bank.!IaOSEI Tochange only the Number GT-S "DDDDDDDD':. press the BANK pedal twice. To change to a different Bank. The unit switches to the Bank you have selected. GROUP BANK * Patches are not selected until the Number is finally specified. t'lET~L ST~CKI * If you wish to cancel changing the Bank. That is Patches are not selected by setting the Group or Bank. repeat from step 1.-sank 2 Tochange the Bank 1 I GROuP BANK 'I 'I TUBE STRCK II ~aC55 GT-5 0[JDDDDDIJJCJ DDCJDDDDD . showing that the new Patch is now selected. Specify the Number of the Patch you wish to use by pressing the relevant Number pedal. 1 I. The indicator for the Number pedal you have pressed lights.~· 00000000 == 0 0 [jJ 3 [lJlOJ[]ij~~ --r--~-~~~~~~ 1 1 Specify the Number of the Patch you wish to use by pressing the corresponding Number pedal. Section 1 Tryout the GT-5 13 .<J G> 1 2.3 Press the BANK pedal. press the BANK pedal again. The indicatorforthe Number pedal you have pressedwill light up. The GT-5 shows "Group / Bank / Number" in the following positions.How to select a Patch on the GT-5 Patches are selected by switching to the appropriate Group (UGl . GROUP BANK rzn c:::J c:::Jc:::J D I Flashing Number * Should you wish to cancel Bank selection. Bank (1 .

(Changing the Group using the VALUE dial) You can directly select a Group by rotating the Value dial while holding IGROUPI down... About the indication of the Effect Select Buttons • ( User Group! I .J.. The indicator for the Number pedal you have pressed lights. .J. the indicator of the previselected before you pressed [GROU PI showing that you are in the Patch mode..6'·'".'iiw . 14 . When you change ous Number pedal will start flashing. • • ( User Group4 I '.J.. '00000000 -'. . Number specifying yet been selected.. '.. (At this point.'-.i§i. the Patch has not The effect select buttons corresponding to each effect will be lit or dark to indicate the effect on/off settings of each Patch number.) 2 the Group.J.3 !:laesa To change the Group 1 About the Screen Display The following types of information are shown in the Play page. Name 6T-5 ~ (OJiO "'~ ... • • • • Specify the Number of the Patch you wish to use by pressing the relevant Number pedal.0 OOOOO[][JO LJ == 'Master Level"Meler 2 1 Banks will be called in the sequence as follows by pressing [GROUP] repeatedly . showing that the new Patch is now selected.J.. ..

l=t. Each time you press the Control Pedal.[>[>.'. c:Jc:J Each time you press [TUNER/BYPASS]. ]. c- .'. When Tuner/Bypass is on.'['"[\['" [··'O"'. 0.1 <]<]<J<]<] [>[>[::..23)" as shown below.. When Tuner/Bypass is on.'. While watching the tuning guide.'._j I •• " [>[>[>[>[>1<]<]<]<]<] Tuning Guide .. the Tuner/Bypass function will be turned on or off.[>[>0 <J<]<]<]<] ... On the GT-S. ]. adjust the tuning until only the middle indicator (Tuned) is lit. set "Setting the Control Pedal (p.<J c:J c:J < Tuning Guide Display> If the pitch deviation is within +1-50 cents. the tuning guide will indicate the amount of deviation.~--~"-DO~H~i9~h-- On/Off Off On Toggle Section 1 Try out the GT-5 15 .... indicating the difference between the input sound and the indicated sound.. 000000000 00000000 0 Gil 0 0 . I SP... . the tuning guide is displayed using the effect select button indicators in addition to being shown in the display screen.·]A{] " .~ ~..M.'." About the Display During Tuning < Tuning Display> The internal tuner of the GT-5 shows the note name in the upper row of the display and the tuning guide at the lower row.[>.. set the output level with "Volume Setting in the Tuner/Bypass Mode (p. the Tuner/Bypass function will be turned on or off.'.' J 'IIi" [>[>[>[>[>0<]<]04<]<] Too High [>[>[>[>[>0<]4<]<]<] [>[>[>[>[>04<]<]<J<] [>[>[::. To turn on or off the Tuner/Bypass using the Control Pedal..-==.] . you can switch the unit to the Bypass mode (which allows the input sound to be output directly) and therefore activate the Tuner.].... < Switching from the Control Pedal> t:!IlIC&S GT-5 DDDDDDDD'. Note Name Changing to the Tuner/Bypass Mode < Switching from the Front Panel> L.. * When the Tuner/Bypass function is working. " ]. [.~IM MASTER /ASSIGN * You can set the Tuner/Bypass function using the Control Assign.'.[>[::.... .[::'[>[>0 <J<]<]<]<] .0 <]<]<]<]<] I ['"[".Tuner/Bypass Function By using the Tuner/Bypass function.j'. < Quick Setting> CTL PEDAL: P8=TUNER ON < Manual Setting> CTL PEDAL: On CTL PEDAL Target: TUNER CTL PEDAL Target Min: CTL PEDAL Target Max: CTL PEDAL Source Mode: CJDCJwCJCJCJITJ MOD TREMOLO !PAN REVERB PEDAL NAME --~Th~O~L-OW----~.~ DCJDDDDDD == 0 0 [>[>[>[>[>0<1<]<]<]4 ['.II!... the indicators for the Control Pedal and Tuner/Bypass Button will be lit. the indicator for the Tuner/Bypass Button will be lit. L·· " "IF'" N>I> [>[>0 <J<J<]<]<J TooLow [>.[>[>1 04<]<]<]<] [>[>[>[>[>I<]<]<J<]<] Tuned [>[::. Center Guide FEEDBACKER jOWGj C.17)..~MII 111ff II W~H DELAY CHORUS + O~s I rRrP11 II~.

: Pi t. and then keep tuning each string until they are all in tune. Repeat steps 2 . Tuner Settings Here you can make tuner settings. 16 . tst String GUITAR E A 0 G B Standard E Tuning 3 While watching the tuning guide.455 Hz. (5) 1 1.5 Press [TUNER/BYPASS] to turn on the Tuner/Bypass function.445 Hz) TUt·lEF. tuning one string may cause the other strings to go out of tune. The following items can be set. this is set to 440 Hz. 6th String 5th String 4th String 3rd String 2nd String (Procedure) Each of the tuner settings can be made using the following procedure. 2 Adjust the tuning until the note name of the string you played appears in the display. 4 Repeat steps 1 . 0000000 O~ ~ . adjust the tuning until only the middle indicator (Tuned) is lit. Standard pitch setting String name display setting Volume Setting in the Tuner/Bypass Mode * Cleanly playa single note only on the string that you wish to tune. " At the factory settings. oOW[JO[J[JIJJO~-O-.ch 1=1 = 4*3Hz "Standard pitch" is the frequency of the A4 note (middle A on a piano) that is used as a standard to which all other notes are tuned.) 2 3 4 5 (Standard pitch settings) (435 .3 to modify the setting of the desired items.Tuning Procedure 1 Playa single unfretted note on the string you wish to tune. Make settings as appropriate for the way that you wish to use this function.0 3 I TCJ I -2 • When tuning a guitar that has a tremolo arm. first tune the strings to the approximate pitch (so that the note name is displayed). Press [PARAMETER] so that the item that you wish to set appears in the display. (You will return to the Play page.3 to tune all the strings. Press [TUNER/BYPASS] or [EXIT] to end the procedure. The note name closest to the string you played will appear in the display. Use the VALUE dial to modify the setting. The GT-5 allows you to setthe standard pitch over the range of 435 . In such cases.

If you select double flat tuning. Display On (~~): The string name for double-flat tuning will be shown.(string name display seHing) (Display Off. you can match the string name (string number) being tuned with the string name shown in the display. Also. Section 1 Tryout the GT-5 17 . you can tune your guitar a semitone lower than regular tuning and still use the tuner function as usual. if the string names are shown. String Name Selectswhether or not the string names will be shown in the display. "Bypass" is selected. * If it is more than 50 cents distant from the correct pitch. Display On( ~)..: Flat Tuning i'~ : Double Flat Tuning < About the String Name Display> This function indicates the un-fretted string that should correspond to the un-fretted note you played.. * At * the factory settings. and then tune so that only the center tuning guide is lit. If you pia y a harmonic.J E:ri::. Non-Display: Regular Tuning 1. " Display Off" is selected.pla':! Off » When the string name isshown. the amount of divergence is shown in the Tuning Guide and the triangle will change to a hollow one ( [». the pitch will be a whole step lower than normal. with no sound being output. When this function is used. All the input sounds will be output directly. The contents of the display will be as normal. allowing you to tune as usual without having to be conscious of the difference. but the pitch will be a semitone lower. When the divergence is less than 50 cents. etc. you can select between regular tuning and flat (or double-flat) tuning. 1 <] [::{:{. Display On ( ~ ): The string name for flat tuning will be shown.. D * to . the display will be asfollows. Display Off: The string name will not be shown. a solid triangle (. Be sure to tune by playing open strings. the volume of the direct sound can be adjusted by using the Expression Pedal.) will appear in the upper row of the display to assist in tuning.. the correct string name may not be displayed. Display On. DisplayOnM TLlt·1ERSh'in'. When "Bypass" is selected and the Tuner/Bypass is on. Display On: The string name for regular tuning will be shown. (Volume SeHing in the Tuner/Bypass Mode) (Mute. This is convenient when changing strings. * At the factory settings. Bypass) Set the output for the Tuner/Bypass mode as follows. Mute: Bypass: All sounds will be muted. By selecting flat tuning on the GT-S..[::{:·D<] <j<] <i<] < About Flat (Double-Flat) Tuning> Flat tuning refers to a tuning that is overall a semitone lower than regular tuning.

29).Section 2 Before You Begin Creating Sounds Before you begin creating sounds there are several things that you need to understand. < What a Patch Contains> Each Patch number in the User area contains the following settings.24) to the Control Assign On the GT-S.22) 3·4 Assign functions to the Expression Pedal and Control Pedal (p. 4 Assign a name to the new effect sound (p. This section explains how to edit the contents of a Patch number to create a new effect sound. and will be lost if you select another Patch.29) to store it." The GT-S contains 250 Patch numbers.21) 3·2 Modify the connection order of the effect devices (p. The modified settings of the new effect sound are temporary.19). the settings that determine the connection order of the internal effects processors and the settings for each processor are collectively known as a "Patch number. there is no need to copy the data.23) 3·5 Assign the function (p.21) 3·3 Modify the settings of each effect device (p. and then store your new settings. 18 . 2 Copy the contents of the Patch Number you have selected into a Patch Number (in the User Group) you no longer wish to keep (p. 3·1 Modify the on/off setting of each effect device (p. 5 Write the new effect sound (p. If you want to save your new effect sound. use "the Write operation" (p. 3 Modify the contents of the copied (selected) patch number. Connection order of the effects processors Onloff of each effects processor Settings for each effects processor Output level setting Settings for the Expression Pedal Settings for the Control Pedal Control assign (8 types) Name Modifying Various Settings < Sound Editing Procedure> Select a Patch that is close to the effect sound you want to create. * If you wish to modify the contents of the Patch number selected in step 1.28).

3 . and you will return to the Play page. and for explanations of the parameters.··(:1 is t_.OOOOOOO 1 :. bo 2 I 3 I Cop~ to 3 Select the destination TUBE SHICK #1-1-1 '~D-DD lbQ. Preset Setting and User Setting.~.. On Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 19 ..12). Sound Creation using the Effect Settings (Quick Setting) Simply by selecting an Effect Setting preprogrammed in each effect.36). the display shows the last parameter that you have edited in each effect. There are two types of Effect Settings. In the conventional way. then select the source Patch. I).. (Procedure) 2.. refer to "Section 3 Effect Guide" (p.4 1. The copy destination Patch will be selected. The display will change..3 i 1. (Procedure) 1 Change to the Play page. 2 Get the display to show the first parameter using [PARAMETER( <1RQ)]. For the abbreviations used to indicate the names of effect devices.. press [EXIT] and you will return to the Play page. 2 Press [WRITE]. You can specify the Patch Number with the same procedure used for [Selecting an Effect Sound] (p. you just select the preprogrammed Effect Setting stored in each effect. you set parameters one by one. use the copy feature. you can easily make a new effect sound. meaning that you can now specify the destination Patch Number. and tweak the effects settings of the original to quickly produce a new Patch. • During editing. To make an effect similar to one previously stored. Effect Sound Settings The GT-S provides the Quick Setting method as well as the conventional method for creating an effect sound. or change the order of the effects.. while with Quick Setting. By previously writing the desired contents in the User Setting... you can create a copy of any Patch at a new location. 4 Press [WRITE] to execute the copy operation. c:::Jc:::J D [] Patch Number. 1 .Copying a Patch By using the copy feature.'0:. you can use the effect of the same setting for several Patch Numbers. et··dr·i1•. To cancel the operation. . The display shows the parameters of the effect you have selected. Press the Effect Select Button that corresponds to the effect that you wish to modify. You can also select the destination Patch using the VALUE dial. The display shows the selected Patch Number and Patch Name.

· (Procedure) 1 CBoes 6T-5 1r-··---=-c · ~ 4 5 Finish setting the effect by repeating steps 1 . The following shows the procedure for writing an effect setting into a User Setting. The display selected.. The display shows the name of the user setting currently written in that location. you can easily use the same effect setting for several different Patch Numbers. User SettingS t.If you wish to save the settings.. This inserts a space at the cursor and shifts the following letters to the right. shows the settings of the effect you have . use the Write operation (p.If you wish to continue desired settings.3. press [WRITE]. Move the cursor using [PARAMETER]. * Pressing [EXIT]at this point cancels the writing procedure and returns you to where you were in step 1.. t t User Settingl . make the ~~[]laJ~laJ -~-----~==~==~ 2 Press the Effect Select Button that corresponds to the effect you wish to store into a User Setting. By storing the effect settings that you frequently use into the User Settings..3 Select the Effect Setting you like using the VALUE dial. When you finish making settings: . 2 Specify the destination. While holding down the Number pedal that corresponds to the number (1 5) of the destination location.29). · · : . The settings of the effect and the name information will be stored in the User Setting you have selected in step 2. Effect Off Effect On < Writing the edited data into the User Settings> You can store up to 5 different settings for each effect select button into the User Settings. DEL: 4 Press [WRITE].. setting other items. 20 . * The contents of the Preset Settings cannot be modified. the following functions are available: CAPS: This INS: selects capital or lowercase letters at the cursor. Preset Settmgl . 3 Name the User Setting. * While changing the letters.. as follows. * Rotating the Value dial will call up the Effect Settings in sequence. This deletes the letter at the cursor and shifts the following letters to the left. then change the letters with the VALUE dial. but it is possible to modify the parameter settings made from a Preset Setting within a Patch or store the modified data into a User Setting.

Effect On/Off SeHings You can turn on whichever effects you wish to usc.29). 2 1 6 The screen will show the settings of the selected effect. Chain l"" ~fb -tC5 -t1. and the effect parameters (the knobs on a compact effect). You can turn on or off the effect by rotating the VALUE dial. 4 2 Once again.If you wish to continue setting other items.2 1 Press the effect select button that corresponds the effect you wish to turn on or off. while effects you do not wish to use can be turned off. to 1 2 Press [MASTER]. . The effect will be turned on or off. press the effect select button that corresponds to the effect you wish to switch. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 21 . you can create effect sounds by controlling the on/off of each effect. I=IH J * Effects which are switched letters. 5 Repeat steps 3 . SeHing the Effect Unit Connection Order You can freely set the order in which the effects are connected.If you wish to save the settings. use the Write operation (p. select the effect you want.Sound Creation by Editing each Effect (Parameter) In this method. * You can edit the effect you have created using the Quick Setting. off will be shown in lowercase 3 Use the VALUE dial to move the cursor (t) to the position where you wish to insert an effects processor. make the desired settings. the indicator of the effect select button corresponding to each effect will light. 3 Repeat steps 1 .. Using the effect select buttons. * The noise suppressor and foot volume can be controlled by {MASTER] and {PEDAL! ASSIGN]. For effects which are turned on. the setup order.4 to place the effects in the desired order. 4 When you finish making settings: . * When you edit an effect sound. (Procedure) (Procedure) o CJ o 1.2 to turn each effect on/off. the name of the effect that has been turned off will flash in the display. Effect. respectively. The selected effects processor will be inserted at the cursor's position. Use [PARAMETER] to access the following parameter in the display (Effect Chain).

(Procedure) 4 3 0(0 [<J c::J c:::J c::J c::J I 5 8'cf 0 --2 6 When you finish making settings: . you can create original effect sounds. 7 When you finish making settings: . GROUP BANK Point I [NOTE] While making settings for the connection order you can also switch effects on/off if you want. If the display shows several parameters.6 Press [EXIT] to complete the settings for the connection order you have produced.If you wish to save the settings. Rotate the VALUE dial to modify the value. 2 Use [PARAMETER] to access the parameter whose value you wish to modify. The two effects processors that appear immediately to left and right of the cursor (~) can be switched off or on by pressing their respective effect select button. * If you keep pressing the Parameter Button.If you wish to save the settings. make the desired settings. By individually modifying the values for these parameters. you can jump directly to important parameters. lise the Write operation (p. For effects with a small number of parameters.3 to finish making effect settings.29). move the cursor to the parameter to be edited using [PARAMETER]. Settings for Each Effects Processor Each of the effects processors are controlled by a variety of parameters.If you wish to continue setting other items. Repeat steps 2 .If you wish to continue setting other items. 1 Press the effect select button that corresponds to the effect you wish to edit. 3 * By holding down PARAMETER [f9>J ([<1lfJ]) and pressing PARAMETER [<:ZlJJ ([ D>J). the parameters will be called in sequence. 22 . Continue with the effects settings by changing effects and repeating the procedures from step 1 as needed. . . The Play page is retrieved and the display shows "point. make the desired settings. The screen will show the parameters of the selected effect. you can jump to the last (or first) parameter.29)." indicating that it is now in editing mode. use the Write operation (p.

For instance. the necessaryeffect setting will be automatically done. * When you use the Active Range or Internal Pedal System. * The contents of the effects that are automatically set will return to the previous settings.If you wish to continue setting other items. There are two ways for setting the effect. (Procedure) 1 Sound Creation by using Pedal Settings (Quick Setting) Simply by selecting an effect.lf you wish to save the settings. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 23 . If you wish to use other parameters. One is setting parameters one after another and the other is the Quick Setting that is calling the pedal setting you have previously programmed. 2 Use [PARAMETER] to access the following parameter in the display. take "When you do not wish to use the Quick Setting." Pl: P2: P3: P4: PS: P6: P7: P8: P9: P10: FOOT VOLUME WAH PEDAL PEDAL SHIFT DELAY TIME DELAY LEVEL REV LEVEL PEDAL DRIVE PREAMPVOL HUMAN PEDAL MASTER LEV 3 Select the effect to be edited using the VALUE dial. < Setting the Effect operated with the Control Pedal> CTL PEDRL On(=Pl :.5 SYNTH HOLD MANUAL ON TUNER ON When you do not wish to use the Quick Setting If you do notwantto usethe Quick Settingfunction at all. Press [PEDAUASSIGN].0. do as follows. The Effect that can be set to the Expression Pedal The effects that can be set to the expression pedal are as follows. The Effects that can be set to the Control Pedal The effects that can be set to the Control Pedal are asfollows.Setting the Expression Pedal! Control Pedal To setthe effect you can obtain during performance by using the expression pedal and the Control Pedal on the GT-S. take the same procedure as the following "Setting the Control Assign. set it with Control Assign.. * Set the Patch that does not use any pedal to "Off. Assign On/Off: Target: Target Range: Source Mode: Control Assign On/Off The parameter that will be controlled The variable range of Target The result of operating a foot switch * Sel the Source Mode only for the Control Pedal. the wah effect will be turned on and the parameters will be set so that they will be ideal for wah pedal. 5 When you finish making settings: ." The parameters that are available are as follows.P PEDRL On(=F'l :." Pl: P2: P3: P4: PS: P6: P7: P8: TEMPO DELAY FEEDBACKER VIBRATO DELAY HOLD DELAY 5.. use the Write operation (p. take "When you do not wish to use the Quick Setting. < Setting the Effect operated with the Expression Pedal> E::'. make the desired settings." 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 and complete setting the effects to be controlled with the expression pedal and control pedal. if you have set the expression pedal so that it will be used as a wah pedal. . as soon as they are canceled here.29). If you wish to useother parameters.

J·1 I • You can set 8 different Control Assigns to each Patch Number. SourceMode RSS I t3t·j I t'1ode: Controlvaluerange H. • The contents of the Preset Settings cannot be changed. There are two types of Assign Settings. I Orl! < Saving to the User Settings> You can save up to 5 User Settings. you can easily set the same Control Assign to several Patch Numbers.r-rIH :':' .3 Change values with the VALUE dial.8 ) to each Patch Numbertodeterminewhich controller should control which parameter.~ =CI -00000000 00000000 0 ~ lbJJlbU11JlUJUdJ I -----. Be sure to set the Control Assign that you do not use to Off. You can set up to 8 different functions (Assign Numbers 1 . Preset Settings and User Settings.! 1 .~ ~O -. 2 ~ ~io1l ~ ~ ~~~~~~ 24 . : Min _-- I r·Ot. By saving the Control Assign settings frequently used into User Settings. make the . however. You can.. Repeat steps 2 . use the Write operation (Procedure) 3 (p. Set only the Control Assign to be used to On..1e 3 3 2.':. Similarly to the Effect Settings.29).J 1 (Procedure) Hd •. you can easily set the same Control Assign to several Patch Numbers.• R·::-:tt"l'.. 2 I 0 Get the display to show the parameter to be set with [PARAMETER]. 4 5 When you finish making settings: .If you wish to continue desired settings.4 [iY:5 . you can use the Control Assign function just by calling the Assign Setting preprogrammed. Woo °OW wOW -nC)o OJ I Assign On/Off: On/Off of the Control Assign This sets the OnlOff of 8 Control Assigns. ~:&'[J--2 c:::J c:J [] WODD CJOCJ 1 Press [PEDAUASSIGN]. AssignOn/Off:. Control Assign Settings Control Assign settings are needed for controlling the parameters by using the expression pedal or control pedal on the GT-5 or an external pedal or MIDI device.':. By writing the Assign Settings you like in the User Settings.3 to make all desired control assign settings. edit the parameters that use a Preset Setting within a Patch or save the edited data into a User Setting. 1 1=155113[-1 1 On 1 I1-·t. setting other items.Ol°.If you wish to save the settings. The following explains how to save the Control Assign data into a User Setting.

When you use the controller whose value changes continuously. Min.o Max. Target: The parameter that will be controlled Specify the parameter you wish to control. Value OFF 0% Amount of Change in Parameter Value lOO'}." When it is the target that selects On or Off. Move the cursor with [PARAMETER].:. that can be set as Controller Max. the value will change between the "minimum" and "maximum. press [WRITE]. following letter to left. After changing the target. Vallie Value Min. '" If after setting the "minimum" and "maximum" values you then change the target. While holding down the Number pedal that corresponds to the destination (1 . '" Pressing [EXIT] will cancel the saving operation and return to the condition of step 1.:lt··get.! : Le' . the settings may change. Value Parameter Value ON Median Value Value Min.. but in this case. HSSIGt·j t'Hn: RSSIGH t'1. This can produce noise. such as the Expression Pedal... such as Control Pedal or a footswitch. The following parameters can be selected as targets. '" The range available for setting will depend on the selected target. the value will be "minimum" at OFF (CLOSE) and "maximum" at ON (OPEN). RSSIGN 1 Ft. Controller ON Amount of Change in Parameter Value lOO'Y" Max. When you are using a controller that selects On or Off. '" While changing letters. the following functions can be used: CAPS: This selects capital or lowercase letters on the cursor. 3 Name the User Setting.then change letters with the VALUE dial. '" If you set the "minimum value" above the "maximum value. check that the target value range has not changed. !e 1 Target 0% Master Level Effect On/Off for each effect Effect unit parameters Tuner/Bypass On/Off Manual On/Off MIDI Start/Stop MMC Play/Stop '" There is some limitation for the psrsmeters targets. Value Controller Max." the direction of parameter change will be reversed. Target Range: About the Variable Range of the Target The values of the parameters selected as targets will vary between the "minimum" and "maximum" set with the GT·S. Value DEL: This deletes the letter on the cursor and shifts the 4 Press [WRITE].5).1 Get the Control Assign setting you wish to save into a User Setting to appear in the display. 2 Specify the destination User Setting. the On or Off will be selected at the center value of the received message.::{ : T. OFF '" You may assign two or more controllers to control the same target. avoid using two of these controllers to simultaneously modify the target parameter. The display indicates the name of the User Setting currently saved. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 25 . 1(1[1 INS: This puts a space on the cursor and shifts the following letters to right. Value Min. The contents of the Control Assign will be written into the User Setting you have selected in step 2 together with the name information.

fS-1 (Roland). etc. Value Me~f:n Value 100 The parameter will normally be off (minimum value}. DP-2 (Roland). rr * When you use the Internal Pedal System. this setting should be left at "Normal. see "About tile Internal Pedal System" on page 27. 26 . you must set the range of tile value that varies according to the changes in the internal pedal. select "Normal. Please select tile mode you like. 64 .3nge Lo: Sow-'ce 0 This setting determines how the target parameter value will be affected when you operate a momentary-type foot switch (optional: FS-sU.31. vice (1 . EV-5 300L+PCS-33 (Roland)) or Footswitch (optional: FSSU. Range High:127 Parameter Value ON ASSIGt~ 1 1'1ode: Normal: Sour-ce Hor-nal Amount of Change in ParameterValue 100% Max.t. you can specify the range of values which will affect the target parameter. select "Toggle. ASSIGN 1 Hct. FVUse a momentary-type foot switch. and will be on (maximum value) only while the foot switch is depressed. DP-2 (Roland). '" If you have connected a latch-type foot switch (optional: fS-SI. When using a momentary-type. "Hi: 127". etc. ASS I m·~ 1 Sout~c-e E::<P PEDAL Expression Pedal on the GT-s Control Pedal on the GT-s Expression Pedal (optional: < If you want an effect to become stronger while you depress a foot switch. Source Mode: The result of operating a foot switch ASS I Gt·~ 1 Ac. or for the effect to be on only while the foot switch is depressed> (Roland). R. Effect On/Off will alternate each time you press the foot switch.Range Example." In either case. Value Toggle: The parameter will switch between off (minimum) and on (maximum) value each time you press the foot switch..Source: The Controllers that control the Target Parameters Selection for the controller parameter. leave this setting at "1. Active Range Low:100." When using a latch-type. but will remain at the "Maximum" or "Minimum" value. and select "Normal. FS-1 (Roland). Min. orr '" If you are using an on/off control source such as a foot switch.95) '" For a detailed explanation on tile Internal Pedal System. the setting (on/off) will depend on whether the foot switch is depressed or not.) or if you have not selected a foot switch as the controller. The following controllers can be selected as sources. etc. (source) that will control the target (Momentary-type and latch-type foot switches) < If you use a foot switch to switch Effect On/Off > You may use either a momentary-type or a latch-type foot switch.0: 0". Other settings may result in the value not changing." In this case.. The value of the target parameter will not be affected by controller movements outside this specified range.) connected to the EXP/CTL jacks Internal Pedal System (Internal Pedal) - Internal Pedal System (Wave Pedal) Velocity message from an external MIDI device Pitch Bend message from an external MIDI device Control Change message from an external MIDI de- Active Range: Control Value Range If a continuously variable controller such as an expression pedal or pitch bend lever has been selected as the control source. This type of operation is not possible with a latch-type foot switch. FS-sL. Controller 127 100 Source Hi:127 Active Controller '" Tile Control Pedal on the GT-S is of the momentary type.).

EXT/CTL1: (Waveform) This selects one of the three types that determines how the assumed Expression Pedal should change. EXT/CTL2: to the EXPI RSSIGN 1 WaveforM: to the EXPI W-PDl SRW This is activated when the pedal connected 2 jack is depressed.B. Using this system. allowing you to set "Source" for each Assign Number (1 . The Internal Pedal System features the following two functions.64 . Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 27 . 1 jack is depressed.100) Linear Slow Rise Fast Rise This is activated when the Expression Pedal on the GT-S is depressed. EXP PEDAL-L: ~LLL Wave Pedal (Rate) (0 . This is activated when the Expression Pedal on the GT-S is depressed. MIDI P. RSSIGN 1 I-POL Curve: Linear (Trigger) This sets the trigger that activates the virtua I expression peda I.: This is activated when the value of the Pitch Band messages from an external MIDI device exceeds the middle value.~.31. cn MIDI Velo: This is activated when the value of the Velocity messages from an external MIDI device exceeds the middle value. This is activated when the pedal connected CIl. It does not start working until the pedal is depressed as deeply as up to the middle." set the following parameters. 64 . This is activated when the Expression Pedal on the GT-S is depressed.8) of the Control Assigns. MIDI CTL#Ol . you can control the value of the selected parameter with the assumed expression pedal in real-time. It starts working even when pressed only slightly.95) from an external MIDI device exceeds the middle value.100) This controls the time needed for the assumed Expression Pedal to move from the returned (lifted) position to the depressed (lowered) position.3te: I. It does not start working until the pedal is depressed deep down. CTL PEDAL: RSSIGt·j1 F. RSSIGt·j Tir'h?: (Curve) This selects one uf the three types that determines assumed Expression Pedal changes. EXP PEDAL-H: This determines the time spend for one cycle of the assumed Expression Pedal.About the Internal Pedal System The GT-S features a function called Internal Pedal System.95: This is activated when the value of the Control Change messages (CClt01 . how the Internal Pedal With the trigger you have set. If you have set "Internal Pedal" to "Source. RSSIGN 1 I-POL Trig: CTl PEORl PatchChange: This is activated when a Patch is selected. When you have set "Wave Pedal" for "Source. the assumed expression pedal starts working.31.lJ-PDL 5[1 This is activated when the Control Pedal on the GT-S is depressed. Internal Pedal Wave Pedal (Time) (0 ." the following parameters should be set. EXP PEDAL-M: This changes the parameter selected as a target in a certain cycle with the assumed Expression Pedal.

I * While you are editing letters. Move the cursor to the letter to be edited. INS: DEl: This puts a space on the cursor and shifts the following letters to right. using [PARAMETER]. use the following procedure.If you wish to continue setting other items. make the desired settings. . press [EXIT] to return to the Play page.29). GR~~K t-l.:tr'lE' [lUBE Cursor 5TRCK l 2 im 'I TUBE SmCK I I.Modifying the Patch Name Each Patch can have a name consisting of up to 11 characters. CAPS: This selects capital or lowercase letters on the cursor. The Patch number will change. You can freely assign names to each Patch you create to remind yourself of the type of sound or the name of the song it is used for. 28 . and the settingswill return to their unmodified condition. 4 5 Repeat steps 2 . I 2 I 2 i !:JIlIOSS 6T-5 --2 tsu:-30 c::J c=J c::Jc::J 0 1 While making changes. When you finish making settings: . Canceling Changes To cancel changes (edits) in an effect sound and return to the original values. Point I 3 Use the VALUE dial to modify the character. use the Write operation (p. the modifications will be discarded. This deletes the letter on the cursor and shifts the following letter to left. (Procedure) (Procedure) 1 3 IF=:--~Oo cDDDDDDDD DDDDDDDi 1 1 2 Press [NAME].If you wish to save the settings.3 to assign the Patch name. A flashing point appears in the display showing that the value is now being edited. the following functions are available: Select a Patch.

the display shows the effect that corresponds to each pedal. I < Changing to the Manual Mode with the Panel Buttons> "[J [J [J [J [J [J [J [J <J . press 3 Press [WRITE]. set"Setting the Control Pedal" (p. < Changing to the Manual Mode with the Control Pedal> Each time you pressthe Control PedaI. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 29 . By using this Manual Mode. To cancel the write operation and return to editing. When the Manual Mode is turned on. * You can also control the Manual Mode with Control Assign. and will return to the unmodified settings when you select another Patch. The modified settings will be stored in the Patch number you specified in step 2. * Youcannot write it into the PresetArea. The display shows the destination Patch Number and Name. use the Write operation. [J [J[J[J[J[][J[][J == [] il I'C)O <JE_CD ~ > ODD D D CJCJCJ DDDDDCJDD 0 ClCD Each time you press [MANUAL]. the Ma nuaI Mode wi II be turned on or off. (Procedure) Changing to the Manual Mode 2 1. The display shows the selected Patch Number and Patch Name. the Manual Mode will be turned on or off. press [WRITE].Storing the Modified Settings (The Write Operation) Patch settings you modify are temporary. this step is not necessary.. If you heve edited the settings in the Preset Area. When the Manual Mode is turned on.23) asshown below.. When the Write operation is completed. You can also specify the destination using the VALUE dial. the Play page will reappear. the indicator of the Control Pedal is lit and the display shows the effect that corresponds to each pedal. you can select On/Offof the specified effect without changing the Patch Numbers. specify the Patch Number in the User Area as a destination. < Manual SeHings > CTL CTL CTL CTL CTL PEDAL: On PEDALTarget: MANUAL OnlOff PEDAL Target Min: Off PEDAL Target Max: On PEDAL Source Mode: Toggle * uxtn.12).3 0 2 !:ll!losa GT-5 I C-=~:=J 0. < Quick SeHings > CTL PEDAL: P7=MANUAL ON * If you wish to store the new settings in the original Patch number. 1 When you finish making settings..5) asan OnlOff selector pedal forthe specified effects. When you change OnlOff of the Manual Mode using the Control Pedal. Write to TUBE STACK #1-1-1 2 Select the destination Patch Number. You can specify the destination Patch Number in the similar way as"Selecting an EffectSound" (p.. Using the Manual Mode The GT-5 features the Manual Mode that allows you to use the pedals (1 . If you wish to keep the modified settings.

--' 1..: SeRLE Set the user scale for the Harmonist function. You can see if the Patch effect is turned on or off with the indicator (lit or off) of each pedal in the Manual Mode.. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to assign the effects to other pedals. < 4: MIDI> 4. as the On/Offselector utility Function Settings The following pages explain the GT-S's Utility functions. the Bank pedal works pedal for Tuner/Bypass.::::1L2. < 3: SYSTEM> 2 Select the effect to be assigned using the VALUE dial... c:::J c:::J OCDO 00 Tc:::J ~. the following items will be successively selected.. the display shows the name of the effect that corresponds to each pedal.' --3 .t·1ETEF..:. the relevant effect will be turned on or off.. --' Make settings related to MIDI."'~-~ o CJ 2 (Procedure) 5 2 ~_IOo Q I 1 Press the [UTILITY] button several times to bring up the parameter you wish to set.Using the Manual Mode When the Manual Mode is turned on.I3LOE:RL This function can temporarily change the settings commonly for all the Patches. Each time you press the button. * In the Manual Mode..41 .' --5. !"'-~-~-. the indicator of the button will be lit. UTI LI T'.'. When you depress a pedal..fO 1 -=..HF. Select the effect that should be assigned to each pedal. which allow you to configure the unit for the setup you are using. t'1IDI --- UT I lIT ..: This function causes the display to show the output level of the specified effect. CJ CJ CJ [J [] [J CJ 0 CJ CJ [J [J [J [J [J CJ l~_~ ~~-""'___1 CD c:::J c:::J c:::J c:::J [J < 1: GLOBAL> 1 Move the cursor to the pedal number for which you wish to change the effect assignment using the [PARAMETER].. 30 . (Procedure) 3 L'-====:::J () Setting the Manual Mode The following shows how to set the Manual Mode."'. o o CD0 0 0 CJ [J CJ CJ !.S'r'STEt'l This function sets the basic system of the GT-S. < 2: METER> Cursor UT I L I 1'/ --2. UTILIT . < 5: HR SCALE (Harmonist scale) > --UTI LI 1'. * When you are setting the Utility functions..

. amp and speaker in separate units).-> 1 ([-<JfJ]) and pressing PARAMETER [-<JfJl ([ [S>-J). By holding down PARAMETER [IJ. --- 0[) ..Amp (Stack): Use this setting when connecting to the guitar input of a stack-type guitar amp (i. (Your Setting?) '-.' 7.-'OW'· * * G+".+20dB) ~3dB Adjusts the low frequency range tone. amp and speaker contained in a single unit). Press [EX to end the procedure. Pf<:ERI'1P CUSTOI'1 This function sets the Custom Preamplifier. Repeat steps 1 . you can jump directly to important parameters. 3 4 Change the value using the VALUE dial.. Rr".bo) Set-Un9 ? If you continue pressing a parameter button.e.) 5 In (You will return (Low EQ) (-20dB . move the cursor to the parameter to be changed with [PARAMETER]. Gt. without affecting the contents of each Patch..' Utility Function Parameters < GLOBAL> The GT-5 has a Global function that allows you to temporarily modify the settings of all Patches in the same way. Power Amp (Combo): Use this setting when connecting to the RETURN or MAIN IN of a combo-type guitar amp. 2 Use [PARAMETER] you wish to edit. the parameters will be displayed in succession.Amp (Combo): Use this setting when connecting to the guitar input of a combo-type guitar amp (i. High EQ OdE: I 31 Adjusts the high frequency range tone. < 7: PREAMP CUSTOMIZE> --. line (Headphones): Use this setting when connecting to a mixer or MTR. • This adjusts the tone regardless of the Equalizer On/Off setting of each Patch.[:'5 · UTILIr..< 6: OOIDS CUSTOMIZE> Eo.3 to set the desired Utility parameters.+20dB) I. to access the parameter that When more than one parameter is shown in a display. (High EQ) (-20dB .. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings .. This setting is also used when using headphones. do not affect the CU5TOt'1 This function sets the Custom Overdrive/Distortion. The Global function allows you to easily make adjustments to match temporary changes in your equipment or playing situation..UTILIT'. * Settings you make in the Global function contents of the Patches. • This adjusts the tone regardless of the Equalizer On/Off setting of each Patch.e. Specify the type of the equipment that is connected to the output jack.". Gt.F"(C>:I['. to the Play page. ortothe RETURNor MAIN IN of a stack-type guitar amp. Power Amp (Stack): Use this setting when connecting to a power amp and speaker box.

:. or when carrying out line recording. GROUP Down: This can be used as a remote jack to decrease the Group Numbers. Check the output level of each effect and set it to an appropriate level. E::·:. * When the output level is too high. Normally. this setting is turned on/off in accord with the Patch settings.. This adjusts the Reverb Level of the reverb in each Patch by 0% . This assigns the functions to the EXP PEDAUCONTROL 1 jack and EXPPEDAUCONTROL 2 jack. but you may wish to turn it on for all Patches when listening through headphones.:.i 9nab 1 e 1 .. adjust this so you have the Reverb Level matched with the physical reverberation in the space where performing.j+. MANUAL On/Off: This can be used as a remote jack for selecting On or Off of the Manual function.. * /fyou wish to use the data set in each Patch. VALUE Only: The VALUE dial should be used only for changing settings during editing. Rotating the VALUE dial will sequentially call the output levels of the effects which have been turned on. If you switch to a different guitar.CTL H:.+20dB) OdE: This is a -20 dB . set it to "OdB.t.JACK Always Off: The Speaker Simulator will be off regardless of the Patch setting. (Reverb Level) (0% .) of the momentary type.) of the momentary type..i9nab 1 e 2 . * The parameter settings (or the Speaker Simulator will be as specified in the Patch settings. You can change Patch Numbers by rotating the VALUE dial as well as using the pedals. Group Up: This can be used as a remote jack to increase the Group Numbers. Always On: The Speaker Simulator will be on regardless of the Patch setting. * This setting will have no effect on Patches in which the Noise Suppressor is turned off. Alternatively. To obtain a more effective reverb. when playing all Patches through an amp you may wish to turn it off. the result will not be satisfactory.NUMBER & URLUE P.200%.F· . Connect the footswitch (optiona I: FS-5U etc.JRCK Patch Data: The Speaker Simulator will be on or off as specified by each Patch.m-· P.NUMBER & VALUE: This can be used for both selecting a Patch Number and changing settings during editing. set this to "100%.:.:.) of the momentary type. 32 . (EXP/CTL 1 Jack) (EXP/CTL 2 Jack) D::P/CTL H:." * This will have no effect on patches in which reverb is turned off.:. 1lil1IiI1IiI1IiI1IiI1il1li1lil1li1ii The display shows the output level of the effect in meter indication. Connect the footswitch (optional: FS-SUetc.200%) < SYSTEM> (bioi Function) This setsthe action of the VALUE dial. * If you wish to use the settings of each patch without change." < METER> In=ut.:. (Speaker Simulator) SP S if'"iI-~l·..".ch Data This turns the Speaker Simulator On/Off. Dia 1 Functi on P. Connect the footswitch (optional: FS-SUetc. it is convenient to adjust this setting to match the output level of the guitar.+20 dB adjustment to the Threshold Level of the Noise Suppressor included in each Patch. This function may be effectively usedfor checking the output level of each effect.(NS Threshold) (-20dB .

the Start/ Stop cannot be controlled on some MIDI sequencers. Assignable: Use this as the controller jack of the Control Assign. (ASSign Hold) Specifies whether or not the previous values of controller sources will be maintained when the Patch changes. Remote Mode: This mode usesthe internal clocks in a MIDI sequencer and plays back with the Start/Continue sent from the external device. target parameters which are using the same sources will maintain the previous values of the controller sources. + PCS. Controller source values will not be maintained when the Patch changes. When you select a new Patch number.) of the momentary type. the target parameter for that controller will be affected.::. A::. it. * Be sure to use the BOSS FV-3001. * When you make this setting. When the GT-S is connected to the device that can deal with MMC messages. Off: Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 33 .i9n Hold On: On Controller source values will be maintained when the Patch changes. Switch it Now: A new Patch Number is selected the moment any of the Group. When you select a new Patch number. These messages are for controlling the audio equipment such as an MTR or tape recorder via MIDI.33(Roland) S(Roland) (or the expression pedal.Ja for' a t·jUf'1.you can control the MIDI sequencer with the pedal operation.TUNER On/Off: This can be used as a remote jack for selecting On or Off of the Tuner function. Changing the Group or Bank settings (Numbers) does not affect the Patch Number. it can be used as a foot volume without setting the Control Assign.. the effect sound will initially be unaffected by the current position of the controllers. PalchChange Mode l. Foot Volume: Use this as an expression pedal connection jack for a foot volume. Bank and Number.the MTR or tape recorder can be controlled by using the pedals on the GT-S. only changing the display. Depressing the relevant pedal will confirm the Group. Connect the footswitch (optional: FS-SU etc. As soon as you move a controller and its data is transmitted to the GT-S. or EV- MIDI Start/Stop: This sends the Start/Stop of real-time messages alternately. * The connected sequencer should be set to the Remote Mode. (Patch Change Mode) This sets how to change the Patch Numbers with pedal operation. Footswitch). * Since the GT-S does not output MIDI clocks (FBH). Wait for a Number: The change to a new Patch Number is not made until the Number is specified with the Number pedal. selecting a new Patch Number. Connect to the correct device (Expression Pedal. When the GT-S is connected to a MIDI sequencer that can deal with real-time messages. Bank or Number is specified. MMC Play/Stop: This alternately sends Play and Stop of the MMC (MIDI Machine Control) messages.

EFF (Effect): Setsthe note name of the output sound. 1 ." the Scale (User Scale) set here will automatically be used.16 (MIDI Omni Mode) Omni Off. "Scale-User. Sharp 1-2) This adjusts the attack of the picking. (Top) (DarkS-I. Fix (MIDI Program Map») Map (MIDI Program Change Ke'::I=C DIP EFF U::.31. For details on each parameter.33-95 (MIDI EXP/CTL2 Number (MIDI Expression/Control 2 Number»)Off. Boomyl-2) This adjusts the distortion of the bass. 33 . so the Harmony will be output in the set Harmony. (MIDI RXChannel (MIDI Receive Chonnef)) 1 . 34 .32 (MIDI PC OUT (MIDI Program Change Out»)Off. On (MIDI EXP Number (MIDI Expression Number») Off. you can set the parameter as you actually listen to the effect sound. 33 . DIR (Direct): Setsthe note name of the input sound. Normal.S8).31. You can also play individual notes on the guitar and let the GT-S judge the note name. (Bottom) (Tight2-1. < Overdrive/Distortion Customize> This sets the Custom Overdrive/Distortion.95 (MIDI Bulk Dump) (MIDI Bulk load) (MIDI Map Select) Prog. Rx (MIDI Device ID) 1 . Set the note name of the output sound (Harmony) to the note name of the input sound. You can create the characteristics of the distortion in the similar way as designing an effect. The following parameters can be set.<MIDI> This section contains the MIDI-related settings.29).95 (MIDI Cll Number (MIDI Control Number») Off. Custom 001 (001) and Custom 002 (002).31. Specify the number of the User Scale. You can set two types. Normal. Brightl-2) This adjusts the distortion of the treble.95 (MIDI EXP/CTL 1 Number (MIDI Expression/Control 1 Number») Off. If you select the Patch that usesCustom 00. Omni On (MIDI TXChannel (MIDI Transmit Channel») 1-16.1.33 . consider the key as "c." When you cannot obtain the harmony you expect by setting the Scale to "Preset (PresetScale)." When settingthe Harmonist. < Harmonist Scale> This sets the Harmony when the Harmonist is set to "Mode:Harmony". Normal. 1. 1-31. (Attack) (Mild2.er·l: C -C ~ User: You can set 29 different Scales (1 . 1 . refer to "MIDI Utility Function Settings" (p.

For one who likes clean sound. Sharp 1-2) This adjusts the distortion of the treble. Dist(low). Normal.1. This selects the gain of the preamplifier. American(1-3). This selects the type of sound for 3 Tone (BASS. Boostl-4) < Preamp Customize> This sets the custom preamplifier. "British" will be generally recommended. Boostl-S) This adjusts the tone of the bass. Flat. This adjusts the depth of the Presence Control. You can finely adjust the distorted sound. (Clip Type) This selects the position for the] Tone. (Cabinet) (Built In. Dist [Middle]: This is a normal distortion sound. "American. Custom PREl (PREl). (3Tone) (JC-120.ombo)" or "Power Amp(Combo)" is selected. This selects the Cabinet Type. Boostl-4) This adjusts the tone of the treble. (Volume Type) (Normal. You can set two types. Stack) (Bottom) (Tight4. Flat. Post Tone: (low) (Cut3-1. TREBLE). selecting "Stack" will make the filter work so that even a combo type guitar amplifier will be able to make a powerful sound like a stack amplifier. Normal) This adjusts the distortion of the bass. Pre Tone: The tone is adjusted after being distorted with the 3 Tone. You can create the characteristics of the preamplifier in a way similar to designing a preamplifier. you can set the parameter as you actually listen to the effect sound. Custom PRE2 (PRE2). Flat. (Presence) (Type(1-4) (Middle) (Cut6-1. Section 2 Modifying Various Settings 35 . Dist [High]: This is a high gain distortion sound. When the screen shows "Your Setting?" in the Global Parameters and "Ct. Ifyou select the Patch that uses Custom PRE." and for one who like distortion." the treble will be boosted as the volume is lowered. Brightl-4) This adjusts the tone changes caused by lowering the volume. (Gain) (low. Flat. Flat. Boostl-9) This adjusts the tone of the middle. You can finely adjust the depth of the distortion. Boostl-4) This adjusts the tone of the treble. Dist(Middle). High) (High) (Cut9-1.Ampu. (low) (Cut2-1. MIDDLE. When it is set to "Bright. The tone is adjusted before being distorted with the 3 Tone. (Top) (MildS-1.(Type) (Overdrive. Overdrive: This is a mild overdrive sound. (High) (Cut4. Dist(High) British(1-3) Selects the type of distortion.1. Dist [low]: This is a low gain distortion sound. This adjusts the tone of the bass.

with reduced volume in the attack portion of the input signals.Level (. use the Control Pedal.11:. FB: SG: It works as a feedbacker.B. Then. < When "FB(Feedbacker)" isselected> To use the feedbacker. The feedback effect will be turned off by setting the effect to Off. SG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Feedbacker is an effect that creates a feedback effect. play the guitar accurately using Single notes. then turn the efiect On. when the note is sounding stably. '" Note that the notes you want to apply feedback to must be played singly and cleanly. Feedbacker > Rise Time Rise Time (. On FB. This section explains each effect and the function of the parameters which make up each effect. turn on the effect. FX Select This selects the [eedbackerj+B] or slow gear ISG].) F. Set itwith the Control Pedal's setting. • The sound being input to each effect is cafled the "direct sound. Set the pedal so that the effect is on only while the pedal is depressed. It works as a slow gear." and the sound modified by the effect is cafled the "effect sound.B. • It is also possible to use Control Assign.) Vibrato Rate Vibrato Depth < SG. 36 .Level F. The sound starts off slowly.Section 3 Effect Guide FEEDBACKER I SLOW GEAR Effect FX Select < FB.oil." Effect This sets the effect OnlOff of the feedbackerlslow gear. Slow Gear is an effect that alters the volume depending on picking dynamics (violin performance manner). To turn on or off the effect. Slow Gear> Sensitivity Rise Time Off.

< When "SG (Slow Gear)" isselected> Sensitivity This adjusts the sensitivity of the slow gear. Vibrato Depth This adjusts the depth of the vibrato when the feedbacker is on. the effect of the slow gear can beobtainedonly with a stronger picking.) This adjusts the volume of the one octave higher feedback sound. Adjusts the volume. Section 3 Effect Guide 37 . cs. creating a more clearly defined sound. Level Rise Time This adjusts the time needed for the volume to reach its maximum from the moment you begin picking. Effect Turns the compressor/limiter effect onloff. Vibrato Rate This adjusts the rate of the vibrato when the feedbacker is on.liI. 0 0 -50 0 0 0 -50 0 100 100 +50 100 100 100 +50 100 Feedback Level (.23). all the parameters feedbacker will be automatically set. Limiter> Threshold Release Tone Level Off. On CS.Ib.Rise Time This determines the time needed for the volume of the feedback sound to reach its maximum from the moment the effect is turned on. the effect is obtained even with a weak picking. make the setting as follows. of the LM: The effect will function as a compressor. < Manual Settings> CTL PEDAL: On CTL PEDAL Target: FB:On/Off CTL PEDAL Target Min: Off CTL PEDAL Target Max: On CTL PEDAL Source Mode: Normal < When" CS (Compressor)" isselected> Sustain Adjusts the range (time) over which low-level signals are boosted. When the value is set higher. On/Off of the Feedbacker To switch the Feedbacker On or Off using the Control Pedal. Feedback Level Adjusts the volume of the feedback sound. COMPRESSOR I LIMITER Effect FX Select < CS. Larger values will result in a sharper attack. < Quick Settings > CTL PEDAL: P2=FEEDBACKER • When you make the Quick Settings. LM Rise Time (. Larger values will result in longer sustain. Tone Adjusts the tone. Compressor> Sustain Attack Tone Level < LM. as instructed in "Setting the Control Pedal" (p. The limiter attenuates loud input levels to prevent distortion. The effect will function as a limiter.) This determines the time needed for the volume of the one octave higher feedback sound to reach its maximum from the moment the effect is turned on. The compressor is an effect that attenuates loud input levels and boosts soft input levels. FX Select Select either Compressor rCS] or Limiter [LMj. Attack Adjusts the strength of the picking attack. thus evening out the volume to create sustain without distortion. while no effect is obtained with a weaker picking. When it is set to a lower value.

Auto Wah creates an automatic wah by cyclically changing the filter. 38 . Pedal Wah lets you use an expression pedal or the like to obtain realtime control of the wah effect. Pedal Level < AW." Then the effect of the wah pedal can be obtained by operating the Expression Pedal. When the input signal level exceeds this threshold level. Auto Wah> Mode Polarity Sensitivity Frequency Peak Rate Depth Level o o LPF. the settings of the Expression Pedal (p. < When "WAH" is selected> When WAH is selected. Effect FX Select < WAH. limiting will be applied. or by changing the filter in response to the volume of the input. FX Select Selects either wah IWAH] or auto wah lAW]. Level Adjusts the volume.< When "LM (Limiter)"isselected> Threshold Adjust this as appropriatefor the input signal from your guitar. AW: The effect will function as an auto wah. Pedal This adjusts the position of the Wah Pedal. 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 The Wah effect creates a unique tone by changing the frequency response characteristics of a filter. BPF Down.AW Release This adjusts the time from when the signal level drops below the threshold until when limiting is removed. WAH: The effect will function as a pedal wah. Up 100 100 Tone Adjusts the tone. Level Adjusts the volume. Pedal Wah> WAH Off.23) will be automatically set to "Wah Pedal. On WAH. Effect Turns the pedal wah/auto wah effect on/off.

Lower values will produce a wah effect over a wide area around the center frequency. Effect Turns the loop on/off. The frequency of the filter will fall." the strength of picking will have no effect. Depth Adjusts the depth of the auto wah effect. Higher values will result in a stronger response. Peak Adjusts the way in which the wah effect applies to the area around the center frequency. Up: Down: The frequency of the filter will rise. Sensitivity This adjusts the sensitivity at which the filter will change in the direction determined by the Polarity setting.< When "AW (Auto Wah)" isselected> Mode Selection for the wah mode. BPF (band pass filter): This creates a wah effect in a narrow frequency range. Section 3 Effect Guide 39 . Effect Send Level LOOP Off. * With a value of "50" a standard wah sound wifl be produced. Higher values will produce a wah effect in a narrow area around the center frequency. Rate Adjusts the frequency of the auto wah. Send Level Adjusts the output level of the SEND jack. LPF (low pass filter): This creates a wah efiect over a wide frequency range.With a setting of "0. Level Adjusts the volume. On o 100 % connected Make settings for an external effects processor to the loop send/loop return jacks. Polarity Selection for the direction in which the filter will change in response to the input. Frequency This adjusts the center frequency of the Wah effect.

Vintage OD (Vintage OverDrive): A vintage overdrive sound is obtained. On Natural 00. Effect T urns the overdrive/distortion effect on/off. set the Overdrive/Distortion Customize beforehand. Metal1. * When you use Custom ODs 1 and 2. Turbo 00 (Turbo OverDrive): Allows without you to obtain a rich effect just like distortion. losing the subtle nuance of the overdrive. Vintage 00. Fuzz. Distortion 2 Allows middle. a Distortion 1: Allows you to obtain a standard distortion sound. Turbo 00.OVERDRIVE I DISTORTION Effect Type Metal 1: A distortion for a powerful metal sound. Treble Adjusts the tone for the high frequency range. Custom OD 2 Allows you to obtain the custom 00 2 (002) sound set with the Overdrive/Distortion Customize. Bass Adjusts the tone for the low frequency range. Crunch: Allows you to obtain a crunch sound just like distorting tube amplifier. Metal2. Blues: The processed distortion can faithfully reproduce the tone changes created by picking nuances. Level Adjusts the volume. Natural OD (Natural OverDrive): A natural overdrive sound is obtained. II features 11 different distortions and the Custom Overdrive/Distortion that allows you to make the distortion in a way similar to designing an effect. Metal 2: A distortion jar a metal sound with a more unusual and metallic character in the middle frequencies. These effects are used for distorting sounds and creating a long sustain.34). Custom 002 o 100 -50 +50 -50 +50 o 100 a basic fuzz sound with. you to obtain a distortion sound with a rich Grunge: Allows you to obtain a rough distortion. Crunch. 40 . Custom OD 1 Allows you to obtain the custom 00 1 (001) sound set with the Overdrive/Distortion Customize. Blues. For a detailed explanation about how to set it. Grunge. Fuzz This produces Drive Bass Treble Level Off. Type Selects the type of distortion. Custom 001. Oistortion2. Oistortion1. or controlling the knobs on the guitar. Drive Adjusts the depth of distortion. see "Overdrive/Distortion Customize" (p.

II: A mild sound created by using input II of the guitar amp. Middle and Treble are set to "0. suitable for heavy metal. Custom PRE1: Allows you to obta in the Preampsound of the Custom PRE 1 (PRE1)set with the Preamp Customize. Bass Type This sets the type of the guitar preamp. Presence Adjusts the tone for the ultra high frequency range. On JC-120. Middle. The distortion and tone characteristics of each amp are as shown below: Adjusts the tone for the low frequency range. a favorite of pro musicians around the world. Section 3 Effect Guide 41 . MS 1959 (1+11). Custom PRE2: Allows you toobtain the Preampsound of the Custom PRE 2 (PRE2)set with the Preamp Customize. Treble Adjusts the tone for the high frequency range. Crunch: Allows you to obtain a crunch effect that creates a natural distortion. Blues: A lead sound with a rich middle ideal for Blues. Metal 5150: The sound of a large tube amp. SLDN Lead: A tube amp sound with versatile distortion. VOXY Drive: Allows you to obtain the Liverpool sound of the 60's. I: A trebly sound created by using input I of the guitar amp. 1+11: The sound of connecting inputs I and II of the guitar amp in parallel. Custom PRE2 o 100 o 100 o 100 o 100 o 100 o 100 Off. * When aft Bass. Metal Drive: A high gain and powerful metal sound. the middle control will have no effect. VOXY Drive. * If you have selected liMATCH Drive" as the type.3S). raising presence will cut the high range (the value will change from "0" to "-100"). II. Crunch. set the Preamp Customize beforehand. 1+11): The sound of a large tube amp stack that was indispensable to the British hard rock of the '705. Clean TWIN: The sound of a conventional built-in tube amp. Blues. MATCH Drive: A simulation of the latest tube amp widely used in styles from blues and rock. Metal Drive. Adjusts the volume and distortion of the amp. For a detailed explanation about how to set it. BG Lead: The sound of a tube amp typical of the late '70s to '80s. SLDN Lead. * When you use Custom PREs 1 and 1. Volume Effect Turns the preamp effect on/off. BG Lead. Volume Bass Middle Treble Presence Master Bright Gain Use the preamp to adjust the distortion and tone color of the guitar. High MS1959(1.PREAMP Effect Type Off. Clean TWIN. * If you have selected "MA TCH Drive" or "VOXY Drive" as the type. MS1959 (I). see "Preamp Customize" (p." no sound may be produced depending on the Type settings. Custom PRE1. Metal 5150. MATCH Drive. and is used to this day by many hard rock guitarists. creating a sound with a stronger low end than I. IC-120: The sound of the Roland ")C-120" (lazz Chorus 120). usable in a wide range of styles. On Low. Middle Adjusts the tone for the middle frequency range. characterized by a distinctive mid-range. MS1959 (II).

VOXY on. BG Stack off. etc. On Small.3l) is set to "Always On" or" Always Off.eod A sC'lIing suitable lor MS1959 A selling suitable for MS195~1 ~If_ VOXYon VOXYoff BG Slack on BG Slack off MS Slack on MS Slack off Metal Stack 12kha\\~11lIlilM ~1~:~:''. MS Stack off. this may not be displayed. SF' S if'"IU 1at-or' SF' S inu lat. /SP Simulator Type Small Middle Cabinet Smallcpen.or- <On> <Off> Type Selects the type of speaker that will be simulated. TWIN on. Drive A seuing suitable fur BG lead A selfing suitable for BG l.barkendowe Opcn-backenccsne Open-hack Open-beck enclosure enclosure Open-lack enclosure Open-luck enclosure Open-back enclosure Speaker Unit JO inch 12 inch 12ichilwounrts1 12ich(MtJunits) lliLhitwuunits) 12 ich 11 lch (two unib1 Microphone Setting OnMic Comments OnMic On MiL OnMic JC-120 TWIN on TWIN off MATCH on 1C-120 Simulatiun A ~Nting suitable jar Clean WvlN A . When the output of the GT-5 is connected directly to a mixer. MATCH off.. VOXY off. MATCH on.'ciendosull' large 5!:'. this can be used to create the sound of your favorite speaker system.etting suitable fnr VOX).lrge sealed enclosure largc5l:'<lll. 42 . and the effect sound will not change even if this parameter is switched on or off. MS Stack on. and "Off Mic" simulates the sound when a condenser microphone is used.11stack Ilicnrtwouoitsl 11 ifhlIwounrt51 12 ichnwo 12 inch ({(JUt units) OfiMic OnMic OiiMic OiiMic unitsi 12 inch (four units) 12 iruh ~kl'Jruni!5' * "On Mic" simulates the sound when a dynamic microphone is used. JC-120. "the display will be as follows. * Depending on the "Type" setting. Off: On: Bright is not used. Bright is switched on to create a lighter and crisper tone.1Ied enclosure large dU. 100 o 100 o Bright Turns the bright setting on/off. Effect Turns the speaker simulator on/off. * If the Utility setting "Speaker Simulator" (p." "Middle" and "High." This simulates the characteristics of various types of speakers.CHing suitable fer Clean TWIN OHMic QnMiL A wlting suitable for MATCH Drive A settin~ suitable lor /\-lATCH Drive A 'ielling suitable jor VOXY Drive A . BG Stack on. TWIN off.) Open-bad endcsura large Sealed eodosure l." So. normally set it to "Middle. Gain Adjusts the distortion of the amp.~~~. Metal Stack 1cm-10cm Center. Distortion will successively increase for settings of "Low. SPEAKER SIMULATOR Effect Type Off." « Mic Setting Mic Level Direct Level The sound of each Type is created on the basis that the Gain is set to "Middle.~~·In~t It!' OffMic On Mic OfiMic OnMic ewo uni!!. Middle.Master Adjusts the volume of the entire preamp.

MATCH off Middle Middle Type JC-120 Clean TWIN Crunch MATCH Drive VOXY Drive Blues BG Lead MS1959(1) MS1959(2) MS1959(1+2J SLDN Lead Metal 5150 Metal Drive EQUALIZER Effect Low EO Low-Middle Low-Middle Low-Middle High-Middle High-Middle High-Middle High EO Level Off. High-Middle frequency Specify the center of the frequency by the "High-Middle EQ." range that will be adjusted High-Middle 0 Adjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the "High-Middle frequency. MS Stack off. "1 moved away from microphone position.10 ern" means that the microphone is the center of the speaker cone. Adjusts the tone. Middle. Metal Stack dB dB dB dB Mic Setting This simulates the the condition that speaker cone. Middle MS Stack on. High-Middle EO Adjusts the high-middle frequency range tone.BEST MATCH [PREAMP] Type [SP Simulator] JC-120 TWIN on. MS Stack off. Parametric control is provided for the high-mid range and low-mid range. MATCH off VOXYoff MATCH on. MATCH on. VOXYon. Metal Stack MS Stack on." range that will be adjusted Low-Middle 0 Adjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the "Low-Middle frequency. TWIN off.5 EO -20 -20 -20 +20 10. Low-Middle frequency Specify the center of the frequency by the "Low-Middle EQ.0kHz 16 +20 10. Section 3 Effect Guide 43 . On -20 frequency 100Hz 0 0." Higher values will narrow the area. MS Stack off. Low EO Adjusts the low frequency range tone. Metal Stack MS Stack on. BG Stack off. Metal Stack MS Stack on.0kHz 16 +20 +20 +20 dB BG Stack on. MS Stack off. High EO Adjusts the high frequency range tone." Higher values will narrow the area. Metal Stack MS Stack on.5 EO -20 frequency 100Hz 0 0. Effect Switches the equalizer effect on/off. MS Stack off. Low-Middle EO Adjusts the low-middle frequency range lone. "Center" simulates the microphone is set in the middle of the . MS Stack off. Direct Level Adjusts the volume of the direct sound. Level Adjusts the volume after the equalizer. Mic Level Adjusts the volume of the microphone. TWIN on. Metal Stack MS Stack on. TWIN off.

SDD. 44 . e. FL. HU. Short Delay. 0. a. Acoustic Guitar Simulator.0kHz 16 +20 +20 +20 dB 4Stage. 0. Saw only 100 o o o o o o 100 only dB dB dB dB < SDD.5 EQ -20 frequency 100Hz Q 0. On only Wave =Square. Saw. Slow. Phaser > Type Rate Depth Manual Resonance Step Step Rate < SEQ. Medium. Mono. VB. Vibrato> Picking. Sub Equalizer. Brass. Flanger. Phaser. RM. e. u a.0kHz 16 +20 10. l. AC. Harmonist > t-Voice. Vibrato. Ring Modulator.User29 -zoct Harmony ms 300 Pre Delay 0 100 0 Feedback 100 0 Level B(G#m) ClAm) Key 100 Direct Level 0 Voice Mode < FL. On only Wave =Square. On * Step: On 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 100 100 Off. Random a. Sub Equalizer> LowEQ Low-Middle Low-Middle Low-Middle High-Middle High-Middle High-Middle High EQ Level -20 frequency 100Hz Q 0. Medium. User1 . Mono) Pitch -24 +24 Fine -50 +50 ms Pre Delay 0 300 Feedback 0 100 Level 0 100 100 Direct Level 0 (Mode=Harmony) Preset. SEQ. On 100 o 100 100 < AC. i. Acoustic Guitar Simulator> Top Body Level < SYN. 0. 0 . Harmony (Mode=Fast. i. Bi-Phase 100 0 100 0 100 0 100 0 Off. 0. SYN Mode (Mode=Picking) Vowel1 Vowel2 Sensitivity Rate Depth Level (Mode=Auto) Vowel1 Vowel2 Rate Depth Manual Level (Mode=Random) Rate Depth Level < RM. Ring Modulator> Mode Frequency Effect level Direct Level < VB. Slow. or Guitar Synth. Saw o 100 100 o This produces one ofthe following effects: Harmonist. 2-Stereo Fast. Humanizer> MODULATION Effect FX Select < HR.5 EQ -20 -20 -20 +20 10. Bow Off. u o 100 o 100 o 100 o 100 o o o o o o o 100 100 100 Normal.100 o 100 o 100 Off. Guitar Synth > 0 0 0 100 100 100 Sensitivity Wave Chromatic Octave Shift PWM Rate Wave=Square PWM Depth Wave=Square Cutoff Frequency Resonance Filter Sensitivity Filter Decay Filter Depth Attack Release Velocity Hold Synth Level Direct Level 0 100 Square. 12Stage. Short Delay> Delay Time Feedback Effect Level 0 0 0 400 100 120 ms 100 100 100 100 -100 +100 Decay. Humanizer. e.< HU. User Scale -zoct. Flanger > Rate Depth Manual Resonance Separation < PH. 8Stage. Saw only Wave -2 o =Square. PH. Auto. i. o o o o u u 100 100 100 100 a. 2-Mono. On HR. e. Intelligent 100 100 100 o Rate Depth Trigger Rise Time Off.

HR. < For seHings other than Harmony> Pitch Adjusts the amount of pitch shift (the amount of pitch change) in semitone steps. Level This adjusts the volume of the pitch shift sound. ACi Acoustic Guitar Simulator: l-Voice: One-voice pitch-shifted sound output in monaural. Sub Equalizer: This adjusts the tone as a sub equalizer. SYNi Guitar Synth: This detects the pitch of an electric guitar and outputs a synthesizer sound. * The amount of the change in the FINE "100" is equivalent to that of the PITCH "1. the phaser effect gives a whooshing. VB." Feedback This adjusts the feedback amount of the pitch shift sound.e pitch shifted sounds are heard. Humanizer: This can create vowel sounds of the human beings using the guitar sound. Medium and Slow. jet-airplane-like character to the sound. SEQ. Fine Make fine adjustments to the pitch shift. PH. < When "Harmonist" isselected> Voice This selects the number of voices for the Pitch Shift sound (harmony). FX Select This selects the effect to be used from the following ones. Ring Modulator: This creates a bell-like sound by ring-modulating the guitar sound with the signal from the internal oscillator. You can obtain an acoustic guitar sound by playing an electric guitar. This simulates the sound of an acoustic guitar. HU. swirling character to the sound. 2-Stereo: Two-voice pitch-shifted sound (HR1. the modulation is minimized. Slow: A chord can be input with a normal pitch shifter. 2-Mono: Two-voice pitch-shifted sound (HR1. Flanger: The flanging effect gives a twisting." Pre Delay Adjusts the time from when the direct sound is heard until th. The response is slower in the order of Fast. Harmony: This creates Harmony that matches the key of the song being played. HR2) output in monaural. Fl. Fast. RM. SDD. This effect is efficient for making the sound fatter. HR2) output through left and right channels.Effect Turns the modulation effect on/off. The sound will be unmusical and lack distinctive pitches. Play in a single note. Normally you can leave this set at "Oms. Vibrato: This eifect creates vibrato by slightly modulating the pitch. A parametric type is adopted for the high-middle and low-middle range. Medium. Mono: Compared with the conventional pitch shifter. Play in a single note. It is variable up and down 2 octaves. Harmonist: This effect changes the pitch of the original sound. Phaser: By adding varied-phase portions to the direct sound. Section 3 Effect Guide 45 . Mode Selection for the Harmonist mode. Short Delay: This is the delay with the maximum delay time of 400 ms. but the modulation is lessened in the same order. Direct Level Adjusts the volume of the direct sound.

creating a more unusual sound. Depth Minor Em Bm (. you can create harmonies that fit the key of the song. The harmony that results may not be appropriate for some songs.m Determines the depth of the Phaser effect. Key Specify the key of the song you are playing. Bi-Phase: This is the phaser with two phase shift circuits connected in series. By specifying the key.34). Resonance Determines the amount of resonance (feedback). A deep phase effect is obtained. Pre Delay This adjusts the time spent (rom the moment the direct sound is sent to the moment the harmony is sent. The key setting corresponds to the key of the song ( # as follows. It is a popular phaser effect. Increasing the value will emphasize the effect. set it to "0 rns. Depth Determines the depth of the flanging effect. Feedback This adjusts the feedback amount of the harmony. Manual Adjusts the center frequency at which to apply the effect. Harmony This determines the pitch of the sound added to the input sound. The Diffusion increases as the value increases. 4Stage: This is a jour-phase effect. I ~) Major C F B~ E~ I~ Minor I~ I~b Am Dm G Gm D I~b& Cm A II~\~I~bb~~~I> I~ &i Fm E B'm E'm B A' D' c' II Rate Major Th is sets the rate of the Phaser effect. In such cases you can select "User" and make scale settings yourself to specify the note that will created for each input note. Resonance Determines the amount of resonance (feedback). 12Stage: This is a twelve-phase effect. < When "Flanger" is selected> Rate This sets the rate of the flanging effect. Manual Direct Level This adjusts the volume of the direct sound. When the scale is set to "User. 46 ." Separation Adjusts the diffusion. It allows you to set it by up to 2 octaves higher or lower than the input sound. when you are making a harmony. creating a more unusual sound. A light phaser effect is obtained." this parameter setsthe User Scale Number to be used. For details refer to "Harmonist Scale" (p. Adjusts the center frequency of the phaser effect. Normally. < When "Phaser" is selected> Type Selects the number of stagesthat the phaser effect will use.# . 8Stage: This is an eight-phase effect." so the harmony that is created will be appropriate (or the key you specify. Level This adjusts the volume of the harmony.< When Harmony isselected> Scale Normally you can leave this at "Preset. Increasing the value will emphasize the effect.

Vowel 1 This selects the first vowel. This adjusts the sensitivity of the Humanizer. Effect Level Adjusts the volume of delay sound. the change will be finer. Random: Five vowels adjusting (Vowell High-Middle frequency Specify the center of the frequency by the "High-Middle EQ. 0. < When "SubEqualizer"isselected> Low EO Adjusts the low frequency range tone. Low-Middle frequency Specify the center of the frequency by the "Low-Middle EQ. l. Step Rate Th is sets the cycle of the steps that changes the rate and depth. Low-Middle 0 Adjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the "Low-Middle frequency. the effect of the Humanizer can be obtained whether the picking is weak or strong.Step This sets On/Off of the Step function. Auto: By adjusting the Rate and Depth. The time spent forthe change is adjusted with the Rate. This parameter adjusts the volume that is returned to the input. When it is set to a higher value. no effect of the Humanizer is obtained with weaker picking. High-Middle 0 Adjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the "High-Middle frequency. When the Step function is turned on." Higher values will narrow the area. When it is set to a lower value. e. Feedback Feedback refers to returning the delayed signal back into the input of the delay. Vowel 1 Vowel2 Vowel 2 High EO Adjusts the high frequency range tone." range that will be adjusted < When "Humanizer" isselected> Mode This sets the mode that switches the Vowels. This selects the second vowel. while stronger picking produces the effect." Higher values will narrow the area." range that will be adjusted (a. High-Middle EO Adjusts the high-middle frequency range tone. When it is set to a higher value. Higher settings wi II result in more delay repeats. Picking: It changes from Vowel 1 to Vowel 2 along with the picking. < When "Short Delay" isselected> OelayTime Adjusts the delay time. Section 3 Effect Guide 47 . u) are called out at random by the Rate and Depth. Low-Middle EO Adjusts the low-middle frequency range tone. the change of a sound will be in steps. Sensitivity Level Adjusts the volume after the equalizer. two Vowels and Vowel 2) can be switched.

< Quick Settings> CTL PEDAL: P3=VIBRATO Normal: By ring-modulating the signal with the guitar sound and the signal of the internal oscillator. Frequency This adjusts the frequency of the internal oscillator. you must use a single note. Trigger This selects On/Off of the Vibrato with the footswitch. it can create a bell like sound. When it is set to "50. Depth Vowel Selection with the ExpressionPedal To select one of the two vowels using the expression pedal. Depth This adjusts the depth of the effect." This effect does not give a satisfactory result if the pitch of the guitar sound is not correctly detected. When it is setto lowerthan "50. * You can also use the Control Assign. < Quick Settings> EXPPEDAL: P9=HUMAN PEDAL < Manual Settings> EXPPEDAL: On EXPPEDAL Target: HU:Manual EXP PEDAL Target Min: EXPPEDAL Target Max: 100 * This effect assumes that the trigger will be turned on with a Iootswitch for attaining the vibrato effect. * When you make the Quick Settings." the time for vowell is shorter. set "Setting the Control Pedal" (p. Effect Level This adjusts the volume of the effect sound.23) as shown below. When it is set to higher than "50. Rise Time This sets the time passing from the moment the trigger is turned on until the set vibrato is obtained. a bell like sound is created. So." the time for vowe! l is longer. The Intelligent Ring Modulator changes the oscillation frequency according to the pitch of the input sound and therefore produces a sound with the sense of pitch. Intelligent: By ring-modulating the input signal.Rate This adjusts the cycle for changing the two vowels. Level This sets the volume of the Humanizer. To switch the Trigger On/Off of the vibrato using the Control Pedal. You can obtain a non-musical sound with the sense of pitch. ° Vibrato On/Off < When "RingModulator"isselected> Mode This selects the mode for the Ring Modulator. This adjusts the depth of the vibrato. set "Setting the Expression Pedal" (p. which is quite different from "Normal.23) as shown below. Direct Level This adjusts the volume of the direct sound. < Manual Settings> CTL PEDAL: On CTL PEDAL Target: VB:Trigger CTL PEDAL Target Min: Off CTL PEDAL Target Max: On CTL PEDAL Source Mode: Normal 48 ." vowell and vowel 2 are switched in the same length of time. * You can also use the Control Assign. the Modulation will be set to Vibrato and the parameters will be automatically set. Manual This determines the point where the two vowels are switched. < When "Vibrato" is selected> Rate This adjusts the rate of the vibrato.

but the malfunctions will be increased on the other hand. The unit detects the pitch and attack information from the input guitar sound. Square ( Resonance This adjusts how much of the harmonics contents around the cutoff frequency should be emphasized." the depth of the filter will be the same no matter how the picking strength may be. Chromatic This switches on or off the Chromatic function. try to set it as high as possible without causing malfunction. So. When it is set higher. A higher value will quicken the rate of the modulation . Sensitivity This adjusts the input sensitivity. Wave This selects a wave type that is the source of the guitar synthesizer. The response of the internal sound source is better with a higher sensitivity value. Section 3 Effect Guide 49 . That is. the filter will change more drastically. such as what might be obtained with bending or vibrato. This parameter should be set only when "Square" is selected for the Wave. Filter Depth This adjusts the depth of the filter./1/1): ruu ): Filter Sensitivity Thisadjusts the sensitivity of the filter. Saw ( . Thus. Brass: The unit directly processes the input guitar sound and creates a guitar synthesizer sound. • If the unit cannot detect the attack. . Use this parameter when "Square" or "Saw" is selected for Wave. such as a keyboard. The unit detects the pitch and attack information from the input guitar sound. .. it adjusts the softness and fatness of the sound which is the typical characteristics of acoustic guitars. When it is set to "0. When it is on.. the filter changes even with a weaker picking. This parameter should be set only when "Square" is selected for the Wave . Be sure to mute PWM Rate (Pulse Wise Modulation Rate) This gives breadth or fatness to the sound by applying modulation to the waveform (only to Square) in the internal sound module.< When "Acoustic Guitar Simulator" is selected > Top This adjusts the interference to the strings made by the top plate. Level This adjusts the volume of the acoustic guitar simulator.. This parameter should be set when "Square" or "Saw" is selected for the Wave. < When "Guitar Synth"isselected> When you use a guitar synthesizer.. it may not sound correctly. Octave Shift This allows you to shift the pitch of the internal sound module in an octave step from the guitar sound. Cutoff Frequency This adjusts the frequency where the harmonics contents of the sound is cut off. observe the following points. this is effectively used for realistically playing musical instruments whose pitch will change in steps greater than a semitone. It outputs a soft sound without attack." The unit directly processes the input guitar sound and creates a guitar synthesizer sound. . The polarity of the filter will be opposite with "+" and "-. When you are to play the next string while a certain sound is still playing. the pitch changeofthesynthesizersound is in semitone steps. . it adjusts the attack sense or harmonic contents. all the other strings and play in a single note. . PWM Depth (Pulse Wise Modulation Depth) This adjusts the depth of the PWM. That is. then send the square waveform from the internal sound source. It gives a quick sound rise and send the sound with a sharp edge. the filter is affected only with a stronger picking. When it is set to "0. perfectly mute the previous sound then play the next one with a clear attack.. When it is settoa lower value. It does not work properly when a chord is played. Body This adjusts the resonance of the sound caused by the body. . When the value is higher." no PWM effect is obtained . Bow: Filter Decay This sets the time needed until the filter change will be stable. This does not respond to pitch changes less than a sernitone. then send the saw waveform from the internal sound source..

Flat 120 100 1800 4. On Normal Delay. When it is set to "0. < Quick Settings> CTL PEDAL: P6=SYNTH HOLD * When you make the Quick Setting. If you turn on the Hold while a synthesizer sound is being output. DELAY Effect Mode Type Off.0 msec:Normal Tempo Delay . Flat o 120 100 This effect adds delayed sound to the direct sound. * You can also use the Control Assign. Reverse. of the < Manual Settings> CTL PEDAL: On CTL PEDAL Target: SYN:Hold CTL PEDAL Target Min: Off CTL PEDAL Target Max: On CTL PEDAL Source Mode: Normal 50 . You can control the On/Off of the Hold using the footswitch. select "Hold Off." no volume change is caused even by changing the picking manner." * This parameter is used when "Square" or "Saw" is selected for the Wave.0 kHz. Sound On Sound * When "Brass" or "Bow" is selected for the Wave. Synth Level This determines the volume of the synthesizer sound. Hold The Hold function can sustain the output of the synthesizer sound. On Hold Off.11. Tap. On Hold Off.0 msec:Normal Tempo Delay 100 . Velocity This adjusts the amount of the volume change of the synthesizer sound. When it is set to "Decay. set "Setting the Control Pedal" (p. the synthesizer sound will be held until you turn it off. the attack time will not be quicker from a certain level even if the Attack is set to "Decay" or "0.23) as follows.0 msec:Normal Tempo Delay 0/0 o o 100 100 . On Smooth 700 Hz High Cut Filter o Effect Level Direct Level 0 (Type=Reverse) Delay Time 200 Delay Interval 1/4 Feedback 0 Hold Off. Hold On/Off To switch Hold On/Off using the Control Pedal.Attack This adj uststhe time needed for a synthesizer sound to reach its maximum. * When "Brass" or "Bow" is selected for the Wave..0 kHz. When it is set to a lower value. When it is set higher. the parameters guitar synthesizer will be automatically set. That is. Direct Level This determines the volume of the direct sound. (Type=Single) Delay Time o Delay 1/4 Interval o Feedback Off. the synthesizer sound will go down when the guitar signal goes down no matter how long the Release may be set.0 kHz.11." the sound will rise quickly and turn to a Releasestatus regardless of the input of the guitar sound . On Smooth 700 Hz High Cut Filter Effect Level Direct Level (Type=Tap) Delay Time o Delay 1/4 Interval Tap Time Feedback Off.11. the volume change will be greater depending on the picking strength.11. When it is set to high. Flat 120 100 1800 4.0 kHz. the guitar signal itself is processed. Flat 120 100 1800 4. On High Cut Filter 700 Hz Effect Level 0 Direct Level 0 (Type=Sound On Sound) Delay Time 0 Delay Interval 1/4 Off." Release This determines the lime needed for the synthesizer sound to reach zero from the moment the input of the guitar sound is completed. the sound will rise quickly.0 msec:Normal Tempo Delay 100 o o . the sound will rise slowly. On Record 700 Hz High Cut Filter Effect Level o Direct Level 1800 4. Tempo Delay Single. Normally. giving more body to the sound or creating special effects.

S seconds. This parameter determines the amount of feedback. the Control Pedal will be automatically set to "Tempo In" (p. Mode This determines how the Delay Time should be input. Reverse: This produces a special effect that reminds you of the reverse playback. By setting to "Record On" at the moment the performance to be recorded begins. Single: By adjusting the delay time and feedback. By setting to "Hold On" at the moment the performance to be recorded begins." the recorded data will be deleted. you can record the performance for the settimeofthedelaytimeand play itback repeatedly. Tap Time Adjusts the delay time of the right channel delay." INPUT High Cut Filter The High Cut Filter cuts the frequency contents that are higher than the set frequency. When it is set to "Flat. Th isaIlows you to obtain the Tap Delay effect that divides the delay time.52). use the footswitch. To select Record on or off. Smooth Type This selects how to output the delay sound. Hold This is the function to record the performance data. Delay Time This determines the delay time. set to "Record Off. Normal Delay: This allows you to set the Delay Time with time input. When it is setto "Hold Off." the high cut filter does not work at all. refer to "What is Tempo Delay" (p." The timing at which you press the foot switch is multiplied by this setting to determine the actual spacing of the delay repeats. Record This function allows you to begin the recording of the sound on sound. By repeating the Record On. By repeating the Record On. then deliver them to Land R channels. Interval Specify the spacing of the delay sounds relative to a basic tempo (the timing at which you pressthe foot switch) of "1. Feedback "Feedback" is returning a delay signal to the input. * This effect assumes that Hold will be switched on using the footswitch whenever the Hold effect is desired. You can setthedelay time suitable for the music by pressing the footswitch to the tempo of the music. Normally. This parameter adjusts the frequency where the high cut filter starts working. Tempo Delay: This allows you to set the DelayTime by using the Control Pedal. * For details on setting tempo. Sound On Sound: This allows you to record the performance data up to 1. Direct Level Adjusts the volume of the direct sound. you can lay performance data.Effect Turns the delay effect on/off. Section 3 Effect Guide 51 . then play it back repeatedly. you can lay performance data. This setting adjusts the right channel delay time relative to the left channel delay time (considered as 100 %). Tap: This delay isspecifically for stereooutput. you can record the performance for the settime of the delay time and play it back repeatedly. Effect Level This adjusts the volume of the delay sound. * When "Tempo Delay" is selected. the change of the delay time will be smooth. Feedback When this is turned on. you can obtain a normal delay effect. A higher value will increase the number of the delay repeats.23).

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(Procedure)
1 While editing delay settings, use [PARAMETER] to access the following parameter (Mode), and use the VALUE dial to select the "Tempo Diy."

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(How to use it)
For a Patch that usestempo delay, pressing the control pedal four or more times at regular intervals in synchronization with the tempo of the song will determine the basic tempo. This basic tempo together with the interval setting determine the delay time. * The basic tempo will be retained even when a new Patch is selected or the unit is switched off.

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The following describes how to use the sound on sound.

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(Procedure) < Setting the Control Pedal (Footswitch) >
The sound on sound function allows you to record the performance information and play it back with the pedal operation. First, set the pedal to be used for recording.

This setting determines the spacing of the delay relative to the time between pressesof the foot switch (basic tempo: the length of a quarter note) which is considered as "1." The time between pressesof the control pedal and the interval setting work together to determine the delay time as follows.

(Settings that Use the Quick SeHings)
When the Quick Settings for the Control Pedal is used, the Control Pedal and Delay will be automatically tuned to the sound on sound settings simply by setting the Control Pedal. That means that all you have to do is adjusting the contents that have been set. * When you are using the Tempo Delay, you cannot use the Control Pedalfor switching on the Record in the sound on sound. Connect a footswitch (optional: FS·5U etc.) to the EXP/CTLjacks, and control the Record On/Off with the Manual Settings.

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Press [PEDAUASSIGN], and get the display to show the next parameter (CTL PEDAL) with [PARAMETER], then call "P5=DELA Y 5.0.S" with the VALUE dial.

CHORUS
Effect Mode Rate Depth Pre Delay High Cut Filter Effect level Off, On Mono, Stereo o 100 o 100 0.0 40.0 msec 700Hz - 11.0kHz, Flat o 100

CTL PEDAL P5=DELA''f' 5. O. 5 (Manual Settings)
Set each parameter of the Control Pedal one by one. Press [PEDAUASSIGN], and get the display to show the parameter to be edited with [PARAMETER], then edit the value with the VALUE dial, as follows. CTL PEDAL: On CTL PEDAL Target: DD:Record CTL PEDAL Target Min: Off CTL PEDAL Target Max: On CTL PEDAL Source Mode: Normal

In this effect, a slightly detuned sound is added to the original sound to add depth and breadth.

Effect
Turns the chorus effect on/off.

Mode (Setting the Effect (Delay»
1 In the delay editing condition, get the display to show the next parameter (Type) with [PARAMETER], then select "Sound On S." with the VALUE dial. Selection for the chorus mode.

Mono:
This chorus effect outputs the samesound from both Land R.

Stereo:
This is a stereo chorus effect that adds different chorus sounds to Land R.

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2 Get the display to show the next parameter (Delay Time) with [PARAMETER], then adjust the recording time with the VALUE dial. * If the Tempo Delay has been set as the Mode, set the Interval. Then do the sound on sound recording after setting the basic tempo.

Rate
Adjusts the rate of the Chorus effect.

Depth
Adjusts the depth of the Chorus effect. To use it for doubling, set the value to "0."

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3 Adjust the other parameters in the similar procedure, then return to normal editing.

Pre Delay
Adjusts the time needed for the effect sound to be output after the direct sound has been output. By setting a longer Pre Delay time, you can obtain an effect that sounds like more than one sound is being played at the same time (doubling effect).

(How to use it)
The Patch that uses the sound on sound will start recording the performance data as soon asyou pressthe Control Pedal, then play it back repeatedly. The sound on sound allows you to play the recorded data by pressing the Control Pedal any number of times. To stop playback, set the Delay to effect off or select a different Patch.

High Cut Filter
The low cut filter cuts the frequencies below the specified frequency. This setting adjuststhe frequency at which the low cut filter will begin to take effect. When "Flat" is selected, the low cut filter will have no effect.

Effect Level
Adjusts the volume of the effect sound.

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TREMOLO I PAN
Effect Mode Modulation Wave Rate Depth Balance Off, On Tremolo, Pan Square, Triangle o 100 o 100 L100:0R LO:100R Effect Type Reverb Time Pre Delay Low Cut Filter High Cut Filter Density Effect Level

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Off, On Room1, Room2, Ha1l1, Ha1l2, Plate 0.1 10.0 sec o 100 msec 55.0 800 Hz 700Hz - 11.0kHz, Flat o 10 o 100

Tremolo is an effect that creates a cyclic change in volume. Pan cyclically moves the stereo position between left and right (when stereo output is used).

This simulates the sound that reaches the listener after being reflected from many surfaces (late reverberation).

Effect
Turns the tremolo/pan effect on/off.

Effect Mode
Selection for tremolo or pan. Turns the reverb effect on/off.

Tremolo:
The volume will change cyclically.

Type
This selects the Reverb Type. Various different simulations of space are offered.

Pan:
The sound will be moved cyclically between left and right.

Room 1:
Simulates the reverberation in a small room. Provides the bright reverberation of a live room,

Modulation Wave
Selection for the waveform that the effect will use.

Room 2:
Simulates the reverberation in a small room. Provides warm reverberations.

Square:
Abrupt change will be produced.

Hall 1:
Simulates the reverberation in a concert hall. Provides clear and spacious reverberations.

Triangle:
Smooth change will be produced.

Hall 2:
Simulates the reverberation in a concert hall. Provides warm reverberations.

Rate
Adjusts the frequency (speed) of the change.

Plate:
Simulates plate reverberation (a reverb unit that usesthe vibration of a metallic plate). Provides a metallic sound with a distinct upper range.

Depth
Adjusts the depth of the effect.

Balance
Adjusts the stereo position of the sound.

Reverb Time
Adjusts the length (time) of reverberation.

Pre Delay
Adjusts the time until the reverb sound appears.

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Low Cut Filter
The low cut filter cuts the frequencies below the specified frequency. This setting adjusts the frequency at which the low cut filter will begin to take effect.

MASTER
Master Level Noise Suppressor Effect Threshold Release Foot Volume

High Cut Filter
The high cut filter cuts the frequencies above the specified frequency. This setting adjusts the frequency at which the high cut filter will begin to take effect. When "Flat" is selected, the high cut filter will have no effect.

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Density
This adjusts the density of the reverb sound.

This determines the Master level, Noise Suppressor and Foot Volume.

Effect Level
Adjusts the volume of the reverb sound.

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Master Level
This adjusts the output volume of the GT-S.

< Noise Suppressor>
This effect reduces the noise and hum picked up by guitar pickups. Since it suppresses the noise in synchronization with the envelope of the guitar sound (the way in which the guitar sound decays over time), it has very little effect on the guitar sound, and does not harm the natural character of the sound. '" Please connect the Noise Suppressor prior to the reverberation type effect. This setup will prevent unnatural break of the reverberation type effect.

Effect
Turns the noise suppressor effect on/off.

Threshold
Adjust this parameter as appropriate for the volume of the noise. If the noise level is high, a higher setting isappropriate. If the noise level is low, a lower setting is appropriate. Adjust this value until the decay of the guitar sound is as natural as possible. '" High settings for the Threshold parameter may result in there being no sound when you play with your guitar volume turned down.

Release
Adjusts the time from when the noise suppressor begins to function until the volume reaches "0."

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< Quick Settings> EXP PEDAL: Pl =FOOT VOLUME < Manual Settings> EXP PEDAL: On EXP PEDAL Target: FV:Level EXP PEDAL Target Min: 0 EXP PEDAL Target Max: 100 56 .23) as follows. Control with the Foot Volume To control the volume of the foot volume with the Expression Pedal. set "Setting the Expression Pedal" (p.< Foot Volume> Use as a foot volume to control the volume. * You can also use the Control Assign. Level This adjusts the volume.

< Transmitting Control Change Messages> The operation information from the Control Pedal. This can be convenient for setting the other GT-S to exactly the same settings or store the effect sound settings info a sequencer. between Operation from the GT-5 < TransmiftingProgram Change Messages> When a Patch is selected on the GT-5. If the MIDI channels are not matched correctly. < TransmiHing Data> You can transfer the setting data stored in the GT-5. The external MIDI device will then turn to the setting depending on the Program Change it has received.Section 4 Using MIDI How MIDI Can Be Used On the GT-5 you can use MIDI operations. the Program Change message that corresponds to the selected Patch N umber wi II be transmitted. Section 4 Using MIDI 57 . This can be used for controlling the parameters on the external MIDI device. such as an effect sound to another MIDI device using the Exclusive messages. Expression Pedal or the external device connected to the EXP/CTL jacks will be transmitted as Control Change messages. the data cannot be communicated the two MIDI devices. to perform the following * MIDI requires you to set the channel numbers of the two devices to be connected to the same number.

Omni On [MIDI TX Channel (MIDI Transmit Channell] 1 . 1 . L':::'J l.16 [MIDI Omni Mode] Omni Oft.\. If you wish to automatically change Patches on the GT-5.62).i Perl i '.33 . Fix [MIDI Program Map (MIDI Program Change Map)] rn ~I n"'l.31. 58 . The setupshown below isfor playing the guitarto a sequencer's playing.31.. 1 .31..Operations from External MIDI Devices < Select Patches> The Patch Numbers on the GT-S will change in keeping with the Program Change messagessent to it from an external MIDI device. MIDI Utility Function Settings The following pages explain the MIDI-related utility functions of the GT-S. On [MIDI EXPNumber (MIDI Expression Number)] Off. Set the parameters to be controlled with "Control Assign" (p. You can set up the correspondence between MIDI Program Change messagesand Patch Numbers on the GT-S with the "Program Change Map" (p. or receive GT-S data that was saved on a sequencer. [MIDI RX Channel (MIDI Receive Channen] 1 .32 [MIDI PC OUT (MIDI Program Change Out)] Off.16.95 [MIDI EXP/CTl1 Number (MIDI Expression/Control 1 Number)] Off.31.95 [MIDI Bulk Dump] [MIDI Bulk load] t:1!IO!IB GY-5 [MIDI Map Select] Prog.~ LI' < Receiving Control Change Messages> Through MIDI. 33 .___j II'""' 1.95 [MIDI CTl Number (MIDI Control Number)! Off.. the GT-5 is able to receive Control Change messagesand control specified parameters during live performance. The following utility functions are provided.95 [MIDI EXP/CTl2 Number (MIDI Expression/Control 2 Number)] Off. 1 . 33 . ~. Ii ill· . < Receiving data> Here's how to receive data transmitted from anotherGT-5. Rx [MIDI Device ID] 1 . place the Program Change Number that corresponds to the relevant Patch together with the performance data at the position where you wish to change Patcheson the GT-S. Make settings as needed for your situation. 1 . if you wish to make the effect sounds correspond to the sounds on some other MIDI device.24). 33 .-11·.' ·1 .

. * With the factory settings. If more than one parameter is shown in the display. (MIDI TXChannel (MIDlTransmitChannel») 1. 5 * The CT-S transmits the Bank Select message as well as the Program Change. When a Patch Number is changed. system exclusive data is received only if its device ID matches the "Device ID" setting. the MIDI channel will be the same as the MIDI receive channel. see "Changing Patches using Bank Select Messages" (p. regardless of the MIDI Channel setting.:::< Set the MIDI channel used for transmitting MIDI messages.16.(Procedure) * When using the following functions. Call up the MIDI-related items on the display. move the cursor to the parameter to be edited using [PARAMETER].' --- (MIDI Device ID) 1 .3 to set the desired utility function parameters. the following items will appear in succession.16 t'1I DI P::-::Channs 1 Chenne l = 1 Set the MIDI channel used for receiving MIDI messages. JOe NIDI T>:: Channel Channe 1 * While utility function settings are being made. the device ID is set to "1. (MIDI Omni Mode) Omni Off. please refer to the procedure given for each function. < 1: GLOBAL> < 2: METER> < 3: SYSTEM> <4:MIDI> = F. Off: On: Program Change messagesare not output even when Patch Numbers are changed. Repeat steps 2 . When "Rx" is selected. * At the factory settings.. 1 Each time you press [UTILITY]. the setting is Omni On. < 5: HR Scale (Harmonist < 6: OOIDS CUSTOMIZE> < 7: PREAMP CUSTOMIZE> 2 Get the display to show the parameter to be controlled. the Program Change message is output. 3 4 Use the VALUE dial to modify the value. Press [EXIT] to end the procedure. On t'1I D I PC OUT On This selects whether or not to output Program Change messageswhen Patch Numbers are changed on the GT-S.66). MIDI data will be received on all channels. using [PARAMETER].}ice ID W = 1 Determines the device ID used for transmitting and receiving exclusive messages. Section 4 Using MIDI 59 . the MIDI channel will be channell. "Rx" is selected. * Even if Omni mode is turned on.32 Make settings for operation via MIDI.t'1IDI UTILIT'." (MIDI PC OUT(MIDI Program Change Out») Off. [MIDI Bulk Dump] [MIDI Bulk Load] [MIDI Map Select] IMIDI Program Map (MIDI Program Change Map)] UtilityParameters related with MIDI (MIDI RX Channel (MIDI Receive Channel») 1 . For a detailed explanation. Omni On t'lIDI Opn-li t'lode Of'lni On OCJ[J[J DCJDD If Omni Mode is turned on. Scale) > t'lIDI Del. the button indicator will be lit. * With the factory settings. --- 4. * Wifh the factory settings.

" no Control Change message will be transmitted.UG4-S-S The contents Patch of the currently selected (MIDI EXP/CTL1 Number (MIDI Expression/Control 1 Number») Off. and the process of receiving such data is called Bulk Load." no Control Change message will be transmitted. (MIDI CTL Number (MIDI Control Number») Off. 33 . This sets the Controller Number of the Control Change message when it is transmitted for the operation information of the Expression Pedal.#4-5-5 Temp MIDI EXPI NUMber Off This sets the Controller Number of the Control Change message when it is transmitted for the operation information of the external device connected to the EXP/CTL 1 jack. Display System FX Set Data that is transmitted Utility parameters Effect Setti ng. 1 . 33 .31. 1 .31.95 TransmiHing / Receiving Data Via MIDI The GT-5 can use exclusive messages to set another GT-5 to the same settings.l .31. or to transmit its settings to a device such as a sequencer for storage.95 Data that can be transmitted The following types of data can be transmitted. you can specify the starting and ending points of the data to be sent. Pedal Setti ng and Control Assign Setting data stored in the User.31. When it is set to "Off. This sets the Controller Number of the Control Change message when it is transmitted for the operation information of the Control Pedal.95 #1-1-1 . When it is set to "Off.(MIDI EXP Number (MIDI Expression Number») Off. 33 . (MIDI EXP/CTL2 Number (MIDI ExpreSSion/Control 2 Number») Off. When it is set to "Off. The setting contents of Patches UG 1-11 ." no Control Change message will be transmitted.95 MIDI EXP2 NUMber Off This sets the Controller Number of the Control Change message when it is transmitted for the operation information of the external device connected to the EXP/CTL2 jack.33 . so only the desired data is transmitted." no Control Change message will be transmitted. When transmitting data. 60 . 1 . When it is set to "Off. The process of transmitting such data is called Bulk Dump.

5 6T-5 "00000000 UUULJUULJU 0"..t. and set the sequencer to a condition ready to receive exclusive messages. When copying the data to another GT-5 Make connections as shown below. then select the data to be the ending point with the VALUE dial.TransmiHing Data (Bulk Dump) < Connections> When saving the data to a sequencer Make connections as shown below. then select the data to be the starting point with the VALUE dial. enco 0 0 t'lIDI Bulk Dl. -.".4 0 1 Select "4. 3 Move the cursor to "Starting Point" with [PARAMETER]."..wlF' [). 2 Use [PARAMETER] to access the following parameter (Bulk Dump) in the display. < Transmission Procedure> 3.tC.= ~. 6 Press [EXIT] to end the procedure.. refer to the manual for the sequencer you are using.MIDI" with [UTILITY]. 4 Move the cursor to "Ending Point" with [PARAMETER]. t'1I o I E:I. and set the Device ID of both units to match.wlF' in':! ••• I GT-5 t I MIDIOUT MIDI IN When the transm ission has been completed. Dl. Press [WRITE] to transmit the data.'. Section 4 Using MIDI 61 . the previous display will reappear.~U: S~steB ~ Starting Point DW"IF' TeMF' Ending Point * For details on sequencer operation..4 I (0) o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 [:§g OOOOCJOOO rt 65 c::J c::J c:.J!.3.""..

4 Press [EXIT] to end the procedure." press [EXIT]to leave the procedure.. use the same tHDI Bulk Load Idl ins .I. and the GT-5 responds with "Checking . Set the GT-5 to the Device 10 to which it was set when transmitting the data. • The Preset Patch is displayed in reversed indication. it will return to the Play page. Program Change Map Settings When using Program Change messages sent from an external MIDI device to select GT-5 Patches.MIDI" with [UTILITY]. t'l I D I Bl. 5 Bank Program Select Change Number Number Patch Number Use [PARAMETER] to move the cursor to the program change number. the following display will appear. Use [PARAMETER] to access the following eter (Bulk Load) in the display.ll k Load 1. • To change the Bank Select to be received. and use the VALUE dial to specify the program change numberto be received. When the MIDI Map Select is set to "Fix. When it finishes checking the data. you can freely specify the correspondence between the Program Change number that was received and the GT-5 Patch that will be selected. refer to the manual for the device you are using.} in'3••• When data reception is complete. (Procedure) 1 2 Select "4. Use [PARAMETER] to move the cursor to the Patch number. 62 .. param- * For details on sequencer operation. At this time.Receiving Data (Bulk Load) < Connections> When receiving data saved on a sequencer into the GT-5 Make connections as follows. Use [PARAMETER] to access the following eter (MIDI Map Select) in the display. param3 i'1I DI thF' Se 1ect.." carry out steps 4 through.. < Reception Procedure> 1 2 Select "4. 6 procedure. When the GT-S receives data. and use the VALUE dial to specify the GT5 Patch number that will correspond to the received program change number. When it is set to "Prog. param- t'lI DI Bl. Press [EXIT]. " and checks the received data. 4 Use [PARAMETER] to access the following eter (MIDI Program Map) in the display.lait.. Fi>:: Set the MIDI Map Select with the VALUE dial.i n'~ ••• 3 Transmit data from the transmitting device.ll k Load F. data may continue to be received.MIDI" with [UTILITY]. the following display will appear.:eceiI.

Prog: The Patch numbers specified Map will be selected.7 Repeat steps 5 . this setting determines whether Patches will be selected as determined by the Program Change Map settings. i. Fix: The Patch numbers of the default settings by the will be selected. * If you want to select Gr·5 Patches without using Bank Select messages. or as determined defau It setti ngs.e. by the Program Change MIDI Program Map (MIDI Program Change Map) Bank Program Select Change Number Number Patch Number Make settings for the Program Change Map. * When the MIDI Map Select is set to "Fix. Press [EXIT] to end the procedure. refer to "Changing Patches using Bank Select Messages" tp. " Section 4 Using MIDI 63 . " this is not shown. 8 Program Change Map Parameters MIDI Map Select t'1IDI Nap Select.128) for Bank Select number "0. set Program Change numbers (1 . using only Program Change messages. Fi::< When Program Change messages are received. For the contents of the default settings.. 66).6 to complete the program change map by specifying the Patch number that will correspond to each program change number.

MIDI connectors The following types of connector are used to convey MIDI messages. MIDI channels MIDI is able to independently control more than one MIDI device over a single MIDI cable. The idea of MIDI channels is somewhat similar to the idea of television channels. * The GT-5 features both "MIDI IN" and "MIDI our connectors. MIDI THRU: This connector re-transmits the messagesthat were received at MIDI IN. In MIDI. even if the two devices are different models or were made by different manufacturers. periormance information such as playing a key or pressing a pedal are transmitted as MIDI Messages. This is because the information of a particular channel is received when the channels of the transmitter and receiver match.MIDI cables are connected to these connectors as needed. By changing channels on a television set. How MIDI messages are transmiffed and received First. 64 . _i_MIDI IN OUT t MIDI IN: MIDI OUT: This connector receives messages from another MIDI device.Section 5 Appendix About MIDI MIDI is an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. and is a world-wide standard for allowing electronic musical equipmentto communicate by transmitting messagessuch as performance information and sound selections. you can view a variety of programs.wewill explain briefly how MIDI messagesare transmitted and received. This is possible because of the concept of MIDI channels. Any MIDI equipped device is able to transmit applicable types of data to another MIDI equipped device. 1. This connector transmits messages from this device.

velocity can control a specified parameter. If you do not need to control a specific MIDI channel.messagesused for synchronization. Program Change messages These messages are generally used to select sounds..On a TV. MIDI hassixteen channels 1 . please contact the nearest Roland Service Center or authorized Roland distributor. Exclusive Messages Exclusive messages handle information related to a unit's own unique sounds. and include a program change number from 1 to 128 which specifies the desired sound.. Generally. Section 5 Appendix 65 . MIDI DeviceA rUOOIOO . and the settings of the receiving device will determine what aspect of the sound will be affected by Control Change messagesof a given controller number. or other device-specific information.R_ i Control Change messages These messagesare used to enhance the expressivenessof a performance. Thus. The specified parameters can be controlled with the GT-5. MIDI messages can be broadly divided into two types. The way in which a receiving device will react to each type of MIDI message will be determined by the settings of the receiving device. Each message includes a controller number. It provides complete details concerning the way MIDI has been implemented on this unit. < Channel Messages> These messagesare used to convey performance information./ . but it is not necessarily the case that all types of messagecan be exchanged between any two MIDI devices. r-. these messagescan be used to control selected parameters. i ~~~ The cable coming from the antenna carries the TV signals for a variety of broadcasts. < System Messages> Systemmessagesinclude exclusive messages. Main types of MIDI message used by the GT-5 MIDI includes many types of MIDI messagesthat can convey a variety of information. On the GT-5. you can simply place the two charts side by side. data of all MIDI channels will be received regardless of the MIDI channel setting. messagesthat are handled separately by MIDI channel (channel messages). Exclusive messagescan be employed to save the settings for Effects Programs into a sequencer. By comparing the MIDI implementation charts of two devices. you may set Omni On. I i i: i : Ii I: * A separate publication titled IIMIDI Implementation" is also Pitch Bend Messages These messages convey the action of a Pitch Bend Lever (Wheel) that is found on many synthesizers.and messagesthat are handled without reference to a MIDI channel (system messages). such messagescan only be exchanged between devices of the same model by the same manufacturer.16. every owner's manual for a MIDI device includes a "MIDI Implementation Chart.a type of Control Change message. you can tell at a glance which messagesthey will be able to exchange.: .. Since the charts are always of a uniform size. or for transferring such data to another GT-5.:. This chart shows the types of messagethat the device is able to transmit and receive. ~ Rem"" MIDI Device B :I . About the MIDI Implementation MIDI allows a variety of messagesto be exchanged between instruments. If you should require this publication (such as when you intend to carry out byte-level programming).1 ~tation (progra:) you Wanfl. * If Omni mode is on.--_St_ati_on_A__. available. and MIDI messageswill be received by the instrument (the receiving device) whose channel matches the channel of the transmitter. On the GT-S.======ri Velocity Messages Velocity messages are concerned with the velocity used when playing a keyboard. The GT-5 also allows you to select any of the 250 different Patch Numbers in conjunction with Bank Select messages. Two devices can communicate only if they both usethe types of messagesthat they have in common. 2. TransmilIed Fold . =Stati=. and messages used to keep a MIDI system running correctly. The two instruments must be set to the same device 10 numbers when exchanging SysExmessages. Normally these messagesperform most of the control."' ~onc II-/~/I 1\--/ . you switch channels to watch .

0. 2. 0.0.114 0. 72.0. 1.0.0.0. 0. 0.0. 71 72 73 74 75 1 Bank ~2 .123 0.0.122 0. 1.118 0. <Preset Group 6> 2 1 2. Bank Select: CCIIO:l. 22.0. 76 77 78 79 80 2 1.0. 0.0.c E3 2. you select a sound by using the Bank Select message followed by a Program Change message.0. 99 1. 40.0.0.0.0.0.100 <Preset Group 1> 1 1 0.0.0. 0.0. 0. ~2 0. 0. 2. 1. 1.0.0. 0.0. 2.0.0.0.0.0.c E 3 2.0. 0.0. 1.0.0.0. 1. 1. 0.0.0.0. ~ 2 2.0.0. 52.0.0.0.126 :»2 0. 26 27 28 29 30 Bank 3 2. 0.0.0.0. 2.0.0.0. 76 77 78 79 80 2 0.0. 16 17 18 19 20 5 0. * If the receiving device does not recognize Bank Select messages.102 .0. 66 67 68 69 70 Bank 5 1.0.113 0.115 4 0. 1. 41 42 43 44 45 i4 i4 2 2.0. .0.0.0.110 Bank 3 0. 1.0. 0. 1.0. 5 2. 0. 86 87 88 89 90 i4 i4 5 4 0.0.0. 0.0. 1. 1.0..117 0.0. 90. 36 37 38 39 40 4 2. 21 22 23 24 25 1 1 2.109 0. 2. 1.0.106 0. On the GT-5.0. 1. 56 57 58 59 60 3 1. 0. 1.0. 1. 32.0.0. 1. 1.0.0.0. the Bank Select and Program Change messages sent from the GT-S correspond with each other as shown below. 2. 0.0.0.0.0.0. 2 0. . 2. 8 2.0.0. 0. 2.0. 0.0.0. 1.0. 46 47 48 49 50 <User Group 3> <User Group 4> Bank 1 1 0. 2.0. Program Change] Example: Group: PresetGroup3 Bank: 4 Number: 5 .0.0. 1.0. 0. 2.Changing Patches using Bank Select Messages A Bank Select message consists of a set of two Control Change messages. 11 12 13 14 15 4 2.0. 42.0.0. Normally. 98 1. 1.0. 81 82 83 84 85 3 1. 31 32 33 34 35 3 1. 71 72 73 74 75 1 . 0.0. 1. 36 37 38 39 40 4 0. 0.0. 0. 0.0. 0..0.0.. 50.0.0.0.0.0. 1.0.0. 16 17 18 19 20 5 2. 51 52 53 54 55 2 0. these messages are used for changing Patch Numbers. 0.0.0. 0. refer to the description for Control Changes in the MIDI Implementation Chart provided in the owner's manual of the receiving device.0.0.0. 1.0.116 0.0. 61 62 63 64 65 4 1. 1. CC1I32:0 Program Change Number: 70 '" If you wish to know whether the receiving device can recognize Bank Select messages or not. 1. 2. 41 42 43 44 45 5 0.0.0. 98 0.0.0. 70.0.108 0. 1.121 0. 11 12 13 14 15 4 0.0. 61 62 63 64 65 4 0. 2.0.0. 51 52 53 54 55 2 1.0. 0. 2. 0.0.0.0. 41 42 43 44 45 5 1. 5 0. 1. 0.0.0. 0.0.0.0.0. 0.0.0. 0.0.0.0.0.0.0.112 0.0.0. 1.0. 1. 2 3 1 0. 46 47 48 49 50 i4 i4 <Preset Group 3> <Preset Group 4> Bank 1 1 1. 10 0. 0.0. 1. 2.100 <Preset Group 5> 1 1 2..0.0.0.125 Bank 1 1 0.0. 0.0.0. 0.0. 1.0.104 5 0.0. 0.0.0.0.0.0.0. 2.0.0.0. 60. 2.0.120 5 0. it will ignore the Bank Select messages and recognize only the Program Change messages. 80.0.0.0. 0.0. 2.0. 46 47 48 49 50 31 32 33 34 35 [COtO. 0.0.105 <Preset Group 2> 2 0. Changing Patch Numbers on an external MIDI device from the GT-5 When a Patch is selected on the GT-S.0.0.0. 0.0.0. 0.0.0.0.0.c E 3 0. 2. 1. 2.0.0. 21 22 23 24 25 1 ~2 . 92. 1.0. <User Group 1> <User Group 2> Bank 1 ~2 . 1. 0. 0. 0.0. 91 92 93 94 95 5 0. the controllers numbered 0 and 32. 1.0.0.0.0. 97 1. 1. 29 5 1. 97 0.0.107 0.0.c E3 1.0. 10 2.0.0.0.c i4 E3 5 1 0. C0/32.0.124 0.0. 0.c E 3 0. 1.0. 1.c i4 E3 5 1 0. 0. 1.0.0. 1.0.0.0.0. 99 0.101 ~2 0.0.0.0.0. Bank 26 27 28 29 30 2 0.0.0. 66 67 68 69 70 5 0. 0.0. 1.0.0. 0. ~ 2 2.0.0. 5 91 92 93 94 95 1.0. 5 1. 0. 5 2.0. 96 0. 0.0. 2. 0.0. 30 2 1.0. 0.0. 0.0.0. 56 57 58 59 60 3 0. 0. 81 82 83 84 85 3 0.0. 31 32 33 34 35 3 0. ~2 1.0.c E3 1 0.103 0.0. 1. 1. 0. 5 2. 0. 96 1.0. 66 . . 1.0.0.127 .0.0.0.0. 0.119 0. 2.0. 1.0. ~3 0.0. 0.0. 0.0. 0. 2. 0. 0.0.0.0. 36 37 38 39 40 4 1. 3 0. 2. 86 87 88 89 90 4 1. Bank 3 6 2.0. 0.111 0. 0. 1. 2.0. 0.0.0. 2.0.0. 0.0.0. 1.0.128 1. 2. 1.0.0.c :» 2 E3 5 i4 i4 1 1.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.

Changing Patch Numbers on the GT-5 using the Bank Select messages sent from an external MIDI device To change Patch Numbers on the CT-5 using Bank Select messages sent from an external MIDI device. check how the external Bank Select and Program Change messages correspond with the Patch Numbers on the CT-5. CC#32:0» PC# PC# Patch PC# Patch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 PG1-1-1 PGH-2 PG1-1-3 PGl-1-4 PGl-1-5 PGI-2-1 PGl-2-2 PGI-2-3 PGI-2-4 PGl-2-5 PGl-3-1 PGl-3-2 PGl-3-3 PGl-3-4 PGl-3-5 PGI-4-1 PGl-4-2 PGI-4-3 PGl-4-4 PGl-4-5 PGl-5-1 PGI-5-2 PGI-5-3 PGI-5-4 PGI-5-5 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 PG2-1-1 PG2-1-2 PG2-1-3 PG2-1-4 PG2-1-5 PG2-2-1 PG2-2-2 PG2-2-3 PG2-2-4 PG2-2-5 PG2-3-1 PG2-3-2 PG2-3-3 PG2-3-4 PG2-3-5 PG2-4-1 PG2-4-2 PG2-4-3 PG2-4-4 PG2-4-5 PG2-5-1 PG2-5-2 PG2-5-3 PG2-5-4 PG2-5-5 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Patch PG3-1-1 PG3-1-2 PG3-1-3 PG3-1-4 PG3-1-5 PG3-2-1 PG3-2-2 PG3-2-3 PG3-2-4 PG3-2-5 PG3-3-1 PG3-3-2 PG3-3-3 PG3-3-4 PG3-3-5 PG3-4-1 PG3-4-2 PG3-4-3 PG3-4-4 PG3-4-5 PG3-5-1 PG3-5-2 PG3-5-3 PG3-5-4 PG3-5-5 PC# 76 Patch PG4-1-1 PG4-1-2 PG4-1-3 PG4-1-4 PG4-1-5 PG4-2-1 PG4-2-2 PG4-2-3 PG4-2-4 PG4-2-5 PG4-3-1 PG4-3-2 PG4-3-3 PG4-3-4 PG4-3-5 PG4-4-1 PG4-4-2 PG4-4-3 PG4-4-4 PG4-4-5 PG4-5-1 PG4-5-2 PG4-5-3 PG4-5-4 PG4-5-5 PC# 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 Patch PG5-1-1 PG5-1-2 PG5-1-3 PG5-1-4 PG5-1-5 PG5-2-1 PG5-2-2 PG5-2-3 PG5-2-4 PG5-2-5 PG5-3-1 PG5-3-2 PG5-3-3 PG5-3-4 PG5-3-5 PG5-4-1 PG5-4-2 PG5-4-3 PG5-4-4 PG5-4-5 PG5-5-1 PG5-5-2 PG5-5-3 PG5-5-4 PG5-5-5 PC# 126 127 128 Patch PG6-1-1 PG6-1-2 PG6-1-3 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Section 5 Appendix 67 . <Sank Select O(CC#O:O.CC#32:0» PC# PC# Patch PC# Patch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 UG1-1-1 UGl-1-2 UGl-1-3 UGl-1-4 UGl-1-5 UGI-2-1 UGl-2-2 UGl-2-3 UGI-2-4 UGl-2-5 UGl-3-1 UGl-3-2 UGI-3-3 UGI-3-4 UGl-3-5 UGl-4-1 UGl-4-2 UGl-4-3 UGl-4-4 UGl-4-5 UGl-5-1 UGl-5-2 UGl-5-3 UGl-5-4 UGl-5-5 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 UG2-1-1 UG2-1-2 UG2-1-3 UG2-1-4 UG2-1-5 UG2-2-1 UG2-2-2 UG2-2-3 UG2-2-4 UG2-2-5 UG2-3-1 UG2-3-2 UG2-3-3 UG2-3-4 UG2-3-5 UG2-4-1 UG2-4-2 UG2-4-3 UG2-4-4 UG2-4-5 UG2-5-1 UG2-5-2 UG2-5-3 UG2-5-4 UG2-5-5 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Patch UG3-1-1 UG3-1-2 UG3-1-3 UG3-1-4 UG3-1-5 UG3-2-1 UG3-2-2 UG3-2-3 UG3-2-4 UG3-2-5 UG3-3-1 UG3-3-2 UG3-3-3 UG3-3-4 UG3-3-5 UG3-4-1 UG3-4-2 UG3-4-3 UG3-4-4 UG3-4-5 UG3-5-1 UG3-5-2 UG3-5-3 UG3-5-4 UG3-5-5 PC# 76 Patch UG4-1-1 UG4-1-2 UG4-1-3 UG4-1-4 UG4-1-5 UG4-2-1 UG4-2-2 UG4-2-3 UG4-2-4 UG4-2-5 UG4-3-1 UG4-3-2 UG4-3-3 UG4-3-4 UG4-3-5 UG4-4-1 UG4-4-2 UG4-4-3 UG4-4-4 UG4-4-5 UG4-5-1 UG4-5-2 UG4-5-3 UG4-5-4 UG4-5-5 PC# 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 Patch PG1-l-l PGl-1-2 PGl-1-3 PGl-1-4 PG1-1-5 PGl-2-1 PGl-2-2 PGl-2-3 PGI-2-4 PGl-2-5 PGl-3-1 PGl-3-2 PGl-3-3 PGl-3-4 PGl-3-5 PGl-4-1 PGl-4-2 PGl-4-3 PGl-4-4 PGl-4-5 PGl-5-1 PGl-5-2 PGl-5-3 PGl-5-4 PGl-5-5 PC# 126 127 128 Patch PG2-1-1 PG2-1-2 PG2-1-3 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 <Sank Select 1(CC#O:1.

Number 68 . CC#32:0» PC# Patch PC# Patch PC# 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 PG5-1-1 PG5-1-2 PG5-1-3 PGS-1-4 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 PG6-1-1 PG6-1-2 PG6-1-3 PG6-1-4 PG6-1-5 PG6-2-1 PG6-2-2 PG6-2-3 PG6-2-4 PG6-2-S PG6-3-1 PG6-3-2 PG6-3-3 PG6-3-4 PG6-3-5 PG6-4-1 PG6-4-2 PG6-4-3 PG6-4-4 PG6-4-5 PG6-5-1 PG6-5-2 PG6-5-3 PG6-5-4 PG6-S-S 51 52 53 54 5S S6 57 S8 S9 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Patch PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-S PG6-5-S PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-S PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-S-5 PG6-5-S PG6-5-5 PC# 76 Patch PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-S-S PG6-S-S PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-5-5 PC# 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 Patch PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-S-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-S PG6-S-5 PG6-5-5 PC# 126 127 128 Patch PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 PG6-5-5 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 PG5-1-5 PGS-2-1 PG5-2-2 PGS-2-3 PG5-2-4 PG5-2-5 PGS-3-1 PG5-3-2 PG5-3-3 PG5-3-4 PG5-3-5 PG5-4-1 PG5-4-2 PG5-4-3 PG5-4-4 PG5-4-5 PG5-5-1 PG5-5-2 PG5-S-3 PG5-5-4 PG5-5-5 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 PC#: Patch: UG: PG: Group Program Change Number Patch Number User Group Preset Group .Bank .<Bank Select 2(CC#O:2.

Factory SeHings < Tuner> TUNER Pitch: TUNER String: TUNER Out: A=440Hz Display Off Bypass < Overdrive/Distortion Customize> [Fat Crunch] A crunch sound 001 :Bottom: 001 :Attack: 001 . Tight3 Mild5 Bright3 British [2] Pre Tone Type [2] High Cutl Cutl Stack Section 5 Appendix 69 .NUMBER & VALUE Assignable Assignable Wait for aNum. OD2:Bottom: Tight2 OD2:Attack: Normal OD2:Top: Dark3 OD2:Type: Dist [High] OD2:Low: Boost4 OD2:Middle: Cut2 OD2:High: Boost1 < System> Dial Function: EXP/CTL1 Jack: EXP/CTL2Jack: Patch Change Mode: Assign Hold: P.Top: 001 :Type: 001 :Low: 001 :Middle: 001 :High: with a rich middle. Tightl Normal Dark4 Dis! [Middle] Boost2 Boostf Boost1 < Manual> 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: B: CS (COMP/LM) 00 (OOIDS) HR (MOD) DO (DELAYl CE (CHORUS) TUNER (TUNER/BYPASS) '< Global> Your Setting?: Low EQ: High EQ: NS Threshold: Reverb Level: Speaker Simulator: GLAmp (Combo) OdB OdB odB 100% Patch Data [Hard Metal] A treble metal sound. On < Preamp Customize> [Tight Crunch] A crunch sound with tight bass. middle. PREI:Bottom: Tight2 PREl :Top: Mild3 PREl :Volume Type: Normal PREl :3Tone: American [2] PREI:Clip Type: Post Tone PREl :Presence: Type [1] PREI:Gain: High PREl :Low: Boostl PREl:High: Flat PREl :Cabinet: Built In [Fat lead] A lead sound with rich PRE2:Bottom: PRE2:Top: PRE2:Volume Type: PRE2:3Tone: PRE2:Clip Type: PRE2:Presence: PRE2:Gain: PRE2:Low: PRE2:High: PRE2:Cabinet: <MIDI> MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI RX Channel: Omni Mode: TX Channel: Device 10: PC OUT: EXPNumber: CTL Number: EXP/CTL Number: 1 EXP/CTL2 Number: Map Select: Omni On Rx 1 On 7 80 Off Off Fix < HarmonistScale> The same as the Preset Scale.

UG4-5-5 (Procedure) 3. allowing you to specify the area of data you wish to initialize.3. or only a specified section of the Patch data in the User area or Utility settings. * If you decide not to initialize the settings. then get the display to show the ending point of the initialization. and the specified area of data will be initialized. Initialization will be canceled. 2 While holding [MOD] and [FEEDBACKERISLOW GEAR] down. then use the VALU E dial to get the display to show the data that is the beginning point of the initialization. do as follows. The GT-5 will then be in its normal power-on state.3' 0 [:> I CJT J''''''''--. The following types of data can be initialized. Pedal Selling and Control Assign Setting data stored in the User. 5 Press [WRITE]. and the normal power-on display will appear. also using the VALUE dial. A display will appear. You can initialize all settings.4 0 5 1 Turn off the power. 70 .#4-5-5 Utility parameters Effect Setting. press [EXIT]. 4 Move the cursor to "Ending Point" with [PARAM· ETER]. Data that is initialized System FX Set #1-1-1 . The setting contents of Patches UG1-11 . switch on the unit.4 o 2 DODD '6-ci 0 000 DO 0 1$. Starting Point Ending Point 3 Move the cursor to "Starting Point" with [PARAMETER].Restoring the Factory Settings (Initialization) To restore the Factory Settings of the GT-5.

so it may differ from the status before the Write procedure. To solve this.Troubleshooting Ii there is no sound or other operational problems occur. Is the GT·5 correctly connected to the other MIDI device? Sound Is Distorted (the overload indicator lights frequently) Have you adjusted the input volume knob? Adjust the INPUT VOLUME knob to an appropriate setting (page 11). No Sound / Volume Too Low Are the connection cables broken? Try using a different set of connection cables. Is Tuner/Bypass set to On? When the volume is set to "MUTE" in the Tuner/Bypass mode. Is each effect set correctly? Use the "Meter function" (page 30) to check the output level of each effect. first check through the following solutions. 5 is set to the settings appropriate for sending data. make sure the GT. Do the MIDI channel settings of both devices match? Make sure that the MIDI channels of both devices match (page 58). then contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service station. When you send messages from the GT·5. Is the INPUT VOLUMEknob lowered? Adjust the INPUT VOLUME knob to an appropriate position (page 11l. you can either set Assign Hold to OFF or select Assign OFF for the relevant Control Assign. Is the connected amp/mixer turned off. the ON/OFF status of the effect set for the target of the Control Assign (page 24) will take on the value of the source. If there is an effect for which the meter does not move. Parameters Specified with Control Assign Can't Be Controlled When using the expression pedal When using the control pedal Check that the effect that includes the parameter to be controlled is set to Effect On. even the direct sound will not be output by setting the Tuner/Bypass to "On" (page 16). or the volume lowered? Check the settings of your amp/mixer system. Check connections with the other MIDI device. Patchescan be selected only when the Play page is displayed. Make sure that the controller numbers you are using match (page 24). Check the On/Off status for transmission of Program Change messages and the settings for the Controller Numbers to be transmitted (page 58). Section 5 Appendix 71 . Even though you have set an effect to ON. If Assign Hold (page 33) has been set to ON. Is the OUTPUT level knob lowered? Adjust the OUTPUT Level knob to an appropriate position (page 12). MIDI Messages Are Not Received Are the MIDI cables broken? Try another set of MIDI cables. the Effect Select button goes out and the effect gets switched OFFafter a Write procedure has completed. If this does not resolve the problem. Press[Exlf] to return to the Play page. When using MIDI to control parameters Make sure that the MIDI channels of both devices match (page 58). check the settings forthat effect (page21). Is "Master level" specified as a control assign Target? Move the controller to which it is assigned. Patch Number Does Not Change Is something other than the Play page (page 11) shown in the display? On the GT-5. Is the GT·5 correctly connected to the other devices? Check connections with the other devices (pagel 0). When a foot switch is connected to the EXP/CTl jack Make sure that the function of the jack to which the foot switch is assigned is set to "Assignable" (page 30).

POLY Mode 3 : OMNI OFF. a separate "MIDI Implementation document" is available at any Roland Service Station. MONO Mode 4 : OMNI OFF. POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON.. and the LSB are ignored. 1996 Version: 1. Mode 1 : OMNI ON." • 2 MSB data of a value of 03H or higher.00 Remarks Memorized 1-16 1-16 1-16 1-16 OMNION/OFF Mode X X X Memorized ************** ************** X X X Note Number: True Voice Note ON Note OFF Key's Ch's ************** 0 *1 X X X 0 *1 Velocity After Touch Pitch Bend X X X X X 0.GUITAR EFFECTS PROCESSOR Model GT-5 Function. MONO o :Yes X :No . For detained information on MIDI data of the GT·5.. Basic Channel Default Changed Default Messages Altered MIDI Implementation Chart Transmitted Recognized Date : May 24.32 1-31 33-63 64-95 Control Change 0 0 0 o (0-2) 0 *2 0 *1 X Bank Select o *1 Prog Change : True # 0 0 X X X X 0 X X X X 0-127 0 0-127 Program Number 1-128 System Exclucive System Common System Real Time : Song Pas : Song Sel : Tune : Clock : Commands : Local ON/OFF : All Notes OFF : Active Sense : Reset 0 X X X X X X X 0 X Aux Message Notes • 1 Recognizes messages designated for use for "realtime control over parameters.

About the AF (Adaptive Focus) Method This newly developed AD conversion process virtually eliminates all quantization noise. 2 lines (backlit LCD) Sampling Frequency 44.10 dBm Power Consumption 14W Dimensions 520(W) x 221 (D) x 113. EQ. PREAMP. REVERB. CHORUS. TREMOLO/PAN. It accomplishes this by using two types of AD converters (with different input levels) to convert audio signals into data in combination with a unique DSP method for creating a composite of the separately obtained data streams. MOD. < Rear> INPUT VOLUME Knob POWER Switch Section 5 Appendix 73 .775 Vrms " In the interest of product improvement. OOIDS. LOOP..1 kHz Connectors INPUT Jack OUTPUT Jacks L(MONO)/R HEADPHONES Jack (Stereo Mini Type) SEND Jack RETURN Jack Expression Pedal/ CONTROL I Jack Expression Pedal/ CONTROL 2 Jack MIDI Connectors (IN. MASTER. AC 230 V or AC 240 V Nominal Output Level OUTPUT: SEND: +4 dBm . the specifications andl or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.Specifications GT-5: Guitar Effects Processor AD Conversion 22 bit AF Method 128 times Oversampling Modulation Indicator OVERLOAD (INPUT) DA Conversion 18 bit 16 times Oversampling Modulation Display 16 characters.7 kg/10 Ibs 60z Dynamic Range 105 dB or greater (lHF-A) Accessories Owner's Manual Roland Service Controls < Front> OUTPUT Level Knob VALUE Dial Effect Select Buttons FEEDBACKER/SLOW GEAR. PEDAUASSIGN. SP SIM. and dramatically improves overall dynamic range. FS-SL EV-S (Roland) FV-300L + PCS-33 (Roland) . COMP/LM. WAH.5(H) rnrn 20-1/2{W) x 8-3/4(0) x 4-1/2{H) inches Output Impedance OUTPUT: SEND: 2k 2k Weight 4. 0 dBm = 0. NAME PARAMETER Buttons UR EXIT Button WRITE Button MANUAL Button GROUP Button UTILITY Button TUNER/BYPASS Button NUMBER Pedals (1-5) BANK Pedal CONTROL Pedal Expression Pedal Options Foot Switch: Expression Pedal: FS-5U. OUT) Program Memories 250 : 100 (User) + 150 (Preset) Nominal Input Level INPUT: RETURN: -10 dBm -10 dBm Input Impedance INPUT: RETURN: 1M 100 k Power Supply AC 117 V. DELAY.

45. . 31. 47 ~::::~ ~~~~ff·::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~! B Bank BANK Pedal Bank Select Bulk Dump Bulk Load _. 32 8 9 9 8.~:. 45 30. 34 9 31 7 30 44. P . 45.69 9 60 60 59 60 60 60 60 72 59 59 59 59 59 33 ~:~~~RTio~··:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Chart Button Manual Mode 4 69 8 29 55 55 30.!~ E Effect Guide Effect OnlOff Setti ngs Effect Select Buttons Effect Settings Effect Sound Settings ~~~u~~~. 45. 45. 11 27 27 Initialization INPUT Jack INPUT VOLUME Knob Internal Pedal C Canceling Changes Channel Messages CHORUS COMPRESSOR Connection Order Connections Control Assign Settings Control Change messages CONTROL Copying Pedal 28 65 S3 37 21 10 24 65 lnternal Pedal System L LIMITER LOOP Low EQ 37 39 31 8 19 M D DELAY Dial Function 50 32 Main Features Manual MANUAL MASTER Master Level METER 36 21 MIDI MIDI Connectors MIDI Control Number MIDI CTL Number MIDI Device ID MIDI EXP Number MIDI EXP/CTLl Number MIDI EXP/CTL2 Number MIDI Expression Number MIDI Implementation MIDI Ornni Mode MIDI PC OUT MII1I Program Change Out MIDI Receive Channel MIDI RX Channel MIDI Start/Stop . 46 17 56 8 A About MIDI About the MIDI Implementation Acoustic Guitar Simulator Active Range Adjusting the Input Level Adjusting the Output Level 64 65 44. 1"3 8 66 61 62 I IMPORTANT NOTES 6 70 9 9.~e·~~~~~~·:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~ EXIT Button EXPICTL Jack Expression Pedal Expression Pedal/Control Expression Pedal/Control 1 Jack 2 Jack 8 9. 14 8 44. 32 30. 14 19 19 74 .Index Symbols [PARAMETER] [WRITE] 8 B F Factory Settings FEEDI3ACKER Flanger Flat Tuning Foot Volume Front Panel 00 69 36 44. 49 H Harrnonist Harrnonist Scale HEADPHONES Jack High EQ How to Use This Manual HR Scale Humanizer 44. 69 12. 49 26 11 12 G GLOBAL Group GROUP Button Guitar Synth 30.

45. 46 65 '11. 14 12 41 31. 48 W WAH Wave Pedal WRITE Buttons Write Operation 38 27 8 29 y Your Setting? 31 S Selecting an Effect Sound SEND Jack Setting the Control Pedal Setting the Expression Pedal 12 9 23 23 Section 5 Appendix 75 . 23 VALUE Dial Velocity Messages Vibrato R Rear Panel Receiving Data Restoring the Factory Settings RETURN Jack REVERB Reverb Level Ring Modulator 8 65 44. 45. 45.MIDI Transmit Channel MIDI TX Channel MIDI Utility Function Settings MMC Play/Stop MODULATION 59 59 58 33 Settings for connected equipment Settings for Each Effects Processor Short Delay SLOW GEAR Sound Editing Procedure Sound On Sound Source 12 22 44. 13 Target Target Range Tempo Delay Transmitting TREMOLO Data 25 25 52 61 54 71 33 28 76 23 Troubleshooting Tuner Tuner Settings Tuner/Bypass TUNER/BYPASS Button Tuning Display Tuning Guide Display 44. 47 36 18 44 N Noise Suppressor NS Threshold Number NUMBER Pedals 55 32 12. 14 11 9 11 69 16 15 8 15 15 U User Group User Patches User Setting USING THE UNIT SAFELY UTILITY Button Utility Function Parameters Utility Function Settings 12. 48 9 62 70 9 54 32 44. 69 12. 69 8. 47 30. 11 44. 45. 35. 45. 14 12 19 62 19 3 8 31 65 30 Q Quick Setting V 19. 32 69 65 P PAN Panel Descriptions PARAMETER Buttons Patch Patch Change Mode Patch Name Patch Name Table Pedal Settings Phaser Pitch Bend Messages Play page Polarity switch POWER Jack Power-on PREAMP Preamp Customize Preset Group Preset Patches Preset Selling Program Change Map Settings Program Change messages T 54 8 8 12. 13 Source Mode SPEAKER SIMULATOR Speaker Simulator Specifications Standard pitch Standby Storing the Modified String name display Sub Equalizer SYSTEM System System Messages Settings 52 26 26 42 32 8 73 16 11 29 17 o OD/DS CUSTOMIZE OUTPUT Jacks l(MONO)/R OUTPUT Level Knob OVERDRIVE Overdrive/Distortion OVERLOAD Indicator Customize 31 9 8 40 34.

GUITAR VOXY BEATLE COMPWAH CLEANMIDRANGE DS MILD JAZZ WEST COAST SUPER PHASE SYNTH~ -LEAD FAT MS1959 ROCK'N' ROLL GROOVE! EXP Pedal Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume HR Level Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Pedal Wah Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate Synth / Lead Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Fool Volume HR Pitch Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume HR Pitch Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Pedal Wah RV.AcGt FUNK MASTER MACHINE GUN DRIVESOLO 76 . UG3-1-1 UG3-1-2 UG3-1-3 UG3-1-4 UG3-1-5 UG3-2-1 UG3-2-2 UG3-2-3 UG3-2-4 UG3-2-5 UGJ-J-1 UG3-3-2 UG3-3-J UGJ-J-4 UGJ-3-5 UG3-4-1 UG3-4-2 UGJ-4-J UG3-4-4 UG3-4-5 UG3-5-1 UG3-5-2 UG3-5-J UG3-5-4 UG3-5-5 UG4-1-1 UG4-1-2 UG4-1-3 UG4-1-4 UG4-1-5 UG4-2-1 UG4-2-2 UG4-2-3 UG4-2-4 UG4-2-5 UG4-3-1 UG4-3-2 UG4-3-3 UG4-3-4 UG4-3-5 UG4-4-1 UG4-4-2 UG4-4-3 UG4-4-4 UG4-4-5 UG4-5-1 UG4-5-2 UG4-5-J UG4-5-4 UG4-5-5 Patch Name BOTTOM DIST SLOW ATTACK I WANT TELL RING ECHO TELEPHONE DUAL DRIVE PRESENCE TIGHT DRIVE SQUARE LEAD PEDAL OCTAV BLUES MAN GEORGE 125t CLEAN LEAD HARMONY inC FLASHBACK CARLOS LEAD SWEDISH POP '80s UK FUNKY WAH NOISE STORM CHORUS 1959 DUAL ECHO USA CRUNCH METAL FLANG REVERSEPAN NICE BULGE UNPLUGGED MATCH DRIVE TALKING MOD PEDAL F.CE Chorus OD Drive SYN Hold Chorus TRIP PHASE SWEET LEAD R&B CRUNCH LARRY's 335 RING TRIP ROTARY MELLOW LEAD MILD SOLO FISH&CHIPS GTSYN BRASS PEDAL DOWN BRIAN ECHO CLEAN LINE COOL CRUNCH PEDAL SHIFT SPACE ECHO BOSTON LEAD VERY JUICY MILD CRUNCH STACK WAH PHASE DELAY JIMMY STACK NEW ENGLAND UK CRUNCH JET POWER MONSTER CRY L. CH FL Rate OD. DD Auto Wah Tremolo Sound On S.GT-5 No. DRIVE SOLO E. HR Harmonisl RV Time Chorus HU Vowel Tremolo Phaser Phaser Tremolo SYN Hold Slow Gear Delay Chorus Auto Wah Chorus OD Feedbacker Tremolo Camp Chorus Chorus CS.A. CE SYN Hold OD. ERUPTION SWAY CHORUS CRUNCH TWIN SYNTH BASS MOD ECHO CLASSIC DS lC-120 BLUES LEAD COMP PHASE FADE OUT EDDIES 5150 BLACK PANEL VINTAGE ODl RHODES PAN ORGAN TONE SLDN LEAD CUTTING BLUES BD-1 GATE SYNTH AUTO RING EXP Pedal Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume HR Level OD Drive Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume DD Time Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume DD Time Foot Volume FL Resonance Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume HU Rate Feedbacker Delay Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate Fade Out Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate Fool Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume RM Freq CTL Pedal DD Tempo In OD Tremolo Pan Rate Down Delay Delay DD. DD time Pedal Wah Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Tremolo Rate Foot Volume CTL Pedal Delay Delay Phaser Feedbacker Rate Up Delay Chorus Auto Wah Chorus OD Feedbacker Chorus Chorus Pan Feedbacker Chorus Phaser OD Tremolo Slow Gear Harmonist Chorus Chorus RM Freq Preamp Feedbacker DD Tempo In Delay Chorus HR Pitch DD Hold Delay Vibrato Chorus OD Harmonist DD Tempo In Delay OD Rate Up Pedal Wah Delay Reverb Feedbacker Feedbacker Delay Delay Preamp Gain Chorus Drive/Solo No. Feedbacker Slow Gear Feedbacker Chorus DD Tempo In ""'SOLOClean / Solo MELLOW COMP Foot Volume Phaser Slow Gear EQ. UG1-1-1 UGl-1-2 UGl-1-3 UGl-1-4 UGl-1-5 UGl-2-1 UGl-2-2 UGl-2-3 UGl-2-4 UGl-2-5 UGl-3-1 UGl-3-2 UGl-3-3 UGl-3-4 UGl-3-5 UGl-4-1 UGl-4-2 UGl-4-3 UGl-4-4 UGl-4-5 UGl-5-1 UGl-5-2 UGl-5-3 UGl-5-4 UGl-5-5 UG2-1-1 UG2-1-2 UG2-1-3 UG2-1-4 UG2-1-5 UG2-2-1 UG2-2-2 UG2-2-3 UG2-2-4 UG2-2-5 UG2-3-1 UG2-3-2 UG2-3-3 UG2-3-4 UG2-3-5 UG2-4-1 UG2-4-2 UG2-4-J UG1-4-4 UG2-4-5 UG1-5-1 UG1-S-1 UG2-5-J UG2-5-4 UG2-5-S Patch Name Table Patch Name TUBE STACK ARPEGGIO FAT CRUNCH 3VOICES HR FANTASY OD1+MS1959 AC.B. DD Chorus PH.

PG1-1-1 PGl-1-2 PGl-1-3 PGl-1-4 PGl-1-5 PGl-2-1 PGl-2-2 PGl-2-3 PGl-2-4 PG 1-2-5 PGl-3-1 PGl-3-2 PGl-3-3 PGl-3-4 PGl-3-5 PG1-4-1 PGl-4-2 PGl-4-3 PGl-4-4 PGl-4-5 PGl-5-1 PG1-S-2 PGl-5-3 PG1-S-4 PG 1-5-5 PG2-1-1 PG2-1-2 PG2-1-3 PG2-1-4 PG2-1-5 PG2-2-1 PG2-2-2 PG2-2-3 PG2-2-4 PG2-2-5 PG2-3-1 PG2-3-2 PG2-3-3 PG2-3-4 PG2-3-5 PG2-4-1 PG2-4-2 PG2-4-3 PG2-4-4 PG2-4-S PG2-5-1 PG2-5-2 PG2-5-3 PG2-5-4 PG2-S-5 Patch Name Table Patch Name TUBE STACK BOOGIE LEAD EDDIES 5150 SLDN LEAD HEAVY METAL HARD BLUES EXPPedal Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PRE Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Fool Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Fool Volume Foot Volume Pedal Wah Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume 00 Drive Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Delay Foot Volume Foot Volume Delay Foot Volume Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume cn Pedal Delay Chorus Feedbacker CS. CE Sound On S. Of) Harmonist Phaser Chorus Phaser 00 Delay Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Delay Chorus Tremolo Auto Wah Comp 00 Drive Phaser Auto Wah Chorus 00 Chorus Delay Vibrato Delay Reverb Preamp Gain Section 5 Appendix 77 . Delay Compressor CS. DO.CH Chorus Tremolo Chorus Delay Chorus Chorus Phaser Chorus DO Tempo In Delay DO Tempo In Delay Delay 00 Delay Tremolo Chorus Chorus RV Time Phaser -Zoct Mix Feedbacker Chorus PRE Volume Chorus Slow Gear Chorus Feedbacker HR Level HR.GUITAR MILD JAZZ R&B CRUNCH MILD SOLO CLEAN LINE VERY JUICY NEW ENGLAND SOLO E. DRIVE BOTTOM DIST DUAL DRIVE BLUES MAN CARLOS LEAD CHORUS 1959 NICE BULGE ERUPTION FIXED WAH PEPGIRLS VERY HAZY NY JAZZROCK '60s BLUES '90s ERIC CLASSIC DS MATCH DRIVE CRUNCH TWIN BLUES LEAD VINTAGE 001 BLUES BD-2 FAT CRUNCH VOXY BEATLE WEST COAST ROCK'N' ROLL LARRY's 335 FISH&CHIPS COOL CRUNCH MILD CRUNCH UK CRUNCH FUNK MASTER MELLOW COMP Foot Volume EQ.A. DO Tempo In PH. PG3-I-l PG3-1-2 PG3-1-3 PG3-1-4 PG3-1-S PG3-2-1 PG3-2-2 PG3-2-3 PG3-2-4 PG3-2-5 PG3-3-1 PG3-3-2 PG3-3-3 PG3-3-4 PG3-3-5 PG3-4-1 PG1-4-2 PG3-4-3 PG3-4-4 PG3-4-5 PG3-5-1 PG3-5-2 PG3-5-3 PG3-5-4 PG3-5-5 PG4-1-1 PG4-1-2 PG4-1-3 PG4-1-4 PG4-1-5 PG4-2-1 PG4-2-2 PG4-2-3 PG4-2-4 PG4-2-5 PG4-3-1 PG4-3-2 PG4-3-3 PG4-3-4 PG4-3-5 PG4-4-1 PG4-4-2 PG4-4-3 PG4-4-4 PG4-4-5 PG4-5-1 PG4-5-2 PG4-5-3 PG4-5-4 PG4-5-5 Patch Name I WANT TELL TIGHT DRIVE CLEAN LEAD '80s UK USACRUNCH JC-120 BLACK PANEL CUTTING ARPEGGIO AC.AcGt SLOW ATTACK PRESENCE GEORGE 12st SWEDISH POP DUAL ECHO UNPLUGGED SWAY CHORUS -1 OCTAVE HARMONY HEAVY -4th DETUNE HR PEDALSHIFT DIMINISHED PEDAL UP 3VOICES HR STEREO HR MY PARTNER VINTAGE WAH STACK WAH COMP WAH WAH DRIVE PANNING WAH FUNKY WAH CRYING CAT PEDAL VCF WAH FUZZ FUNK RHYTHM METAL FLANG JET POWER STEREO FL FLANGING CH CLASSIC PH inC EXPPedal Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume DO Time Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume HR Pitch Foot Volume HRPitch Foot Volume HR Pitch HR Level Foot Volume Foot Volume Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Wah Rate Foot Volume HR Pitch Pedal Wah Pedal Wah Foot Volume FL Resonance Foot Volume Foot Volume FL Rate Foot Volume cn Pedal Tremolo DO.GT-5 No. CE Flanger Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Feedbacker Chorus Harmonist Feedbacker DO Hold Harmonist Pedal Wah Delay DO Tempo In Delay Auto Wah Feedbacker No.CE 00. DO Compressor 00 Chorus Wah Phaser Phaser Tremolo Feedbacker Delay Chorus FL Rate Feedbacker FL Rate Pan Pan TURBO OD-2 POWER DIST METAL ZONE DISTORTIONHARD GRUNGE '60s FUZZ 001 +MS1959 MIDRANGE OS FAT MS1959 SWEET LEAD MELLOW LEAD BRIAN ECHO BOSTON LEAD JIMMY STACK L.

CH SYN Hold Rate Up Slow Gear Preamp 00 Feedbacker Rate Down Slow Gear 00. DO HR Pitch ORGAN TONE Foot Volume CLEAN+. HR Slow Gear Chorus 00 Feedbacker 00 Slow Gear Drive / Solo Tremolo Chorus Rate Up 00. Tremolo RM Freq Pedal Wah Chorus SYN Hold SYN Hold SYN Hold SYN Hold SYN Hold SYN Hold Tremolo DD. DO time HR Level HR Pitch -+SOLO Foot Volume 78 .B. AUTO RING PHASE DELAY PEDAL OCTAV PEDAL DOWN Synth / Lead Fade Out Foot Volume Feedbacker RM Freq RV.GT-5 No.-SOLOClean / Solo SYNTHLEAD FADE OUT NOISE STORM DRIVEPEDAL F. PGS-l-l PGS-1-2 PGS-1-3 PGS-1-4 PGS-l-S PGS-2-1 PGS-2-2 PGS-2-3 PGS-2-4 PGS-2-S PG5-3-1 PG5-3-2 PGS-3-3 PGS-3-4 PGS-3-5 PGS-4-1 PGS-4-2 PG5-4-3 PG5-4-4 PG5-4-S PGS-S-l PGS-S-2 PG5-5-3 PGS-S-4 PG5-5-S PG6-1-1 PG6-1-2 PG6-1-3 PG6-1-4 PG6-1-5 PG6-2-1 PG6-2-2 PG6-2-3 PG6-2-4 PG6-2-S PG6-3-1 PG6-3-2 PG6-3-3 PG6-3-4 PG6-3-S PG6-4-1 PG6-4-2 PG6-4-3 PG6-4-4 PG6-4-S PG6-5-1 PG6-S-2 PG6-5-3 PG6-5-4 PG6-5-5 Patch Name Table Patch Name SUPER PHASE PHASE ECHO Bi PHASE COMP PHASE RHODES PAN SURF MUSIC MACHINE GUN VIBRATO PAN PHASE TALKING MOD RANDOM TALK GROOVE! PEDAL TALK RING ECHO ETHNIC BELL RING FUZZ -lOCT RING PEDAL RING RING TRIP RING WAH GTSYN BRASS SQUARE LEAD SAW LEAD SYNTH BASS SQUARE BASS STRINGS RESO LEAD PAD ECHO SYNTH + Gt GATESYNTH FANTASY TRIP PHASE ROTARY SPACE ECHO MONSTER CRY TELEPHONE FLASHBACK REVERSEPAN MOD ECHO EXP Pedal PH Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate PH Rate Foot Volume Tremolo Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume HU Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume Pedal HU Foot Volume RM Freq RM Dir / Eff Foot Volume RM Freq Foot Volume RM Freq Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume SYN Cutoff Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume PH Rate Rate Foot Volume Foot Volume Foot Volume DO Time Foot Volume Foot Volume ell Pedal Pan Slow Gear Chorus Chorus Chorus Vibrato Chorus Auto Wah Rate Down HU Vowel Feedbacker Tremolo HU Depth Pan Delay RM Freq RM Freq CH.

This equipment generates.For EU Countrles--.Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Benytt samme batteritype eller en tilsvarende type anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: . Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority 10operate this equipment. Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til fabrikanlens instruks joner. . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Lever det brugte batteri tilbage til leveranderen. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions. ". jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. . .--------------------------------------For Paristo voi rajahtiiii. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.. However.. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. CAUTION ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri . and can radiate radio frequency energy and. uses. Kassera anvant batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion. Havita kaytatty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti. Explosionsfaravid felaktigt batteribyte. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajansuosittelemaan tyyppiin. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. VARNING ADVARSEL Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av batteri..Consult the dealer or an experienced radiolTV technician for help. AVIS Cet appareil nurnerique de la ciasse B respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur Ie materiel brouilleur du Canada. Udskiftning rna kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.. NOTICE This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.-------------------------------------------------------------------------FortheUSA FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. Anvand samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderasav apparattillverkaren.Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig handterinq. which can be determined by turning the equiprnent off and on. Apparatus containing Lithium batteries Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. . For Canada --. 79 . VAROITUS (E EU Countries This product complies with the requirements of European Directives EMC 89/336!EEC and LVD 73!23!EEC.

70891523 UPC 70891523 - [2]13CEiEi 01019156 '02-8-A2-72N .

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